Nigel has spent many years travelling around Scotland acting as a driver guide for numerous visitors from all over the world, in addition to which he has arranged customised tours for large groups and persons wishing to undertake self-drive (driving) tours.
A particular theme of many visitors from North America and Australasia has been their desire to connect with Scottish ancestry information on which can be found in the book.
Overall, the book extends to nearly 800 pages and is lavishly ilustrated with about 1250 colour images. Inside there is information on topics such as:
Nigel very much hopes that that the wide range and scope of the guide will be of help to all and enable visitors to obtain maximum benefit from their trip.
Glenshee is a rugged landscape in the Scottish Highlands which is home to a village, ski centre and castle.
This post reports on the Glasgow School of Art, a world class piece of architecture together with an extension called the Reid Building.