Autumn has come and is almost gone. As we sit at our desks, pondering what excuse to give the boss to leave a bit earlier today, we can’t help but wonder where all the time has gone.
It feels like summer was only yesterday. You can still feel the sun’s warmth on your face and the grit of the sand between your toes. You look up from your desk and realise, although it’s 3 o’clock in the afternoon, it’s almost night time. In the blink of an eye, autumn has delighted us with a splash of colour and crispier mornings and almost vanished entirely, leaving trees naked and one thinking about the better days.Read More
Call me biased, but I think Scotland is one of the most beautiful countries in the world because of its culture, heritage, and scenery. As someone who really likes driving and exploring, I feel like I am spoiled for choice here and if money and time weren’t an object, I would happily cruise around Scotland for years to come and still find new and exciting places.
With this in mind, one can’t help but ask themselves the question: what is the best car to cruise around the beautiful roads that this country has to offer? Is it one of the big three supercars: Lamborghini Huracan, Ferrari 488 or McLaren 720s? Is it the absolute “Beast of the Green Hell”, the Mercedes AMG or the precision instrument that the Porche GT3RS is?
There is no question about it – I am a summer person. To me, nothing can replace the long days, the warmth of the sun and the general feeling of freedom and “holiday mode” you get between the months of May and September.
For the majority of the time, even here in Scotland, summer is a wonderful season where nature gets to showcase a lot of its beauty and glory and makes it really easy for anybody to get outdoors and spend a lot of time surrounded by the elements, something that I am a huge advocate of. You don’t need high end climbing equipment to enjoy a small to medium sized Munro, parks are available galore to go for walks with friends and family or even enjoy a nice ole barbeque and beaches are literally everywhere in Scotland to help you escape the daily city life.