I have lived in Glasgow for several year now and have seen considerably more of it than most people I know who grew up year. My interests include arch...
I have lived in Glasgow for several year now and have seen considerably more of it than most people I know who grew up year. My interests include architecture, history, music and travel. I have also lived in Edinburgh and Aberdeen in the past so know quite lot about both of those cities as well.
I studied Politics at university and now work for a training company helping young people get into Modern Apprenticeships.
In my spare time I like drinking, hill walking, travel, films/tv and of course exploring different parts of Glasgow whenever I can
In Glasgow I love music, the architecture, the people and the feeling that anything can happen. It's a great place to live with lots to do and gives a great impression of Scottish culture at its most authentic.
The various museums, art galleries and live music venues provide plenty to do combined with easy access to Loch Lommond and a few local, easily accessible whisky distilleries.
Glasgow provides a perfect blueprint of the way Scotland has evolved over the last few centuries and just by looking up while you walk around this is immediately obvious.
Another thing I love about Glasgow is that it caters to all tastes. The nightlife is great, the buildings are varied and bizarre, the people are fascinating and of course the food can be whatever you want to be depending on your individual taste.