A quick lesson on Scotland’s culture and Scottish Gaelic translation. More specifically, about the historic divide and differences between mainland Scotland culture and history knowledge and the more remote Scottish Highland and Hebrides Islands where things like Scottish Gaelic language has remained woven into daily life and regional culture. This travel podcast episode is a is a rare treat that combines a personal story and also a brief audio lesson in Scottish Gaelic translation
Scotland never fails to impress with its romantic castles, rugged Highlands, friendly locals, and idyllic lochs. Cities like Edinburgh and Glasgow entices visitors. However, it’s the tiny stone villages dotting Scotland’s picturesque farmland and coastline that give visitors a glimpse into traditional Scottish life and culture. With 790 islands and a vast countryside, there are enough remote villages and towns to occupy a lifetime of excursions. Here's our favorites.