We’re big fans of Lyth Arts Centre – the most northerly arts centre on the UK mainland. I was given a sneak peek of the Spring programme and in this post I’m excited to share my picks of what’s coming up on the theatre, music and film front! (This post is not sponsored)
I think that I’ve stumbled upon the best kept secret in Inverness – The Lotus Blossom Cafe run by the Scottish Highlands & Islands and Moray Chinese Association! (This post is not an ad).
I’ve long wanted to commit to a photography course, but hadn’t made the time to do so. However, over Christmas I found out that I won copies of ‘A Year with my Camera’ workbooks which is run by Emma Davies and this was the prompt for me to sign up for the online course! The…
I wrote about the Storehouse, one of our favourite places to stop on the A9 a few years back, but my post was woefully short of photos. So what you can expect from this food hall and restaurant?
It’s a new year and this means new explorations for A Highland Blend, starting with a January walk along the John O’Groats trail to Old Wick Castle.
We’re almost at the end of 2018 and I’ve been reflecting – it’s been a busy year for A Highland Blend, with lots of travel and foodie adventures that I’ve enjoyed, both at home and further afield. It was hard to whittle them down but here are 10 of my favourite experiences of the year!
Following on from last week’s post and my stay in Dundee at Hotel Indigo, I thought I’d give AHB readers a bit of a low down on what you can do in Dundee, known as the city of discovery!