Six months into our relocation to Scotland we were itching to become tourists in our new country. What were we going to do? How were we going to start our adventures of touring Scotland? All good questions.
I’m sure you’ve read my mother’s article: Find your true self by giving everything away. It’s about the move from Australia to the entirely different world of Scotland. A country where life is more fulfilling and richer experiences await, rather than what we were all used to in Australia.
We wanted a co-ed, state (free), non-denominational secondary school with a good reputation and that offered drama as a subject, in a catchment area we wanted to live in.
It would seem to me that these days a lot of people love making lists. So in keeping with that idea I’ve compiled a list after living in Scotland for the past 7 months. Time has flown by and with that I have come to appreciate living here. Here would be Glasgow. As with everything, …
Moving countries is a big deal for anyone, however, the experience changes from person to person and for me, I think I handled the mix of emotions pretty well.
It is costly to own a car and with the price of parking in the city, most people only use their cars on weekends/days off and for chores/emergencies. Know now that catching a bus in Scotland is not like catching a bus in Australia. Same. Same. But different.