Testimonials

“From the moment Liz addressed our group it was obvious that she was articulate, knowledgeable and professional. I would recommend her in a heart beat”. Simon Laughlin, Director, Needlework Tours, Victoria, Australia


….You understood who we are and were able to guide us to great experiences. I really appreciated the information you shared on history with a focus on the Jacobites. Also your info on politics, education, health care and other topics gave a fuller context for understanding Scotland. Cleve Gilmore, Cleveland Ohio


Thank you again for the incredible job you did leading our group.  Your thorough preparation, extensive knowledge and wonderful and articulate style made the trip a huge success for our clan.  During the quiz on the bus, I was impressed by the recollection of our children and their spouse/significant other.  They must have been listening!! Dave Hausrath


Liz joined as a tour guide and left us as a friend Cind Celio and family, New Hampshire


We are still reminiscing about our trip to Scotland. You were the BEST guide we’ve ever had, thank you. Marian and Jerry Lloyd


We want you to know that you are an awesome tour guide, and you made our trip to Scotland extra special. You have a great sense of humour, and you are a fountain of knowledge. I feel sorry for people who travel internationally on their own without the benefit of a tour guide. They have no idea of what they are missing in the way of learning about the history and culture of the places they are visiting…   I spent 35 years as a high school teacher and I am now retired. I love being on the receiving end and listening to someone teach me about the places we’re visiting. You are a terrific teacher, Liz! Ed and Jan Kleffman


Liz, you have been educational, helpful and delightful. The love of Scotland shines in your eyes for all to see. Patti Woottton, South Carolina


As 2013 wanes and I sit back and reflect, it is with a smile that I recount the vacation that my wife and I shared with all of you. Thank you for making the Scotland trip memorable. For sharing bus rides and beers. From castles to cairns. Bagpipes and haggis. Lochs Lomond and Ness. Kings, queens and princes both bonnie or not. 20 minute ferry rides that took me farther from my world than I can get to in a week of flying. Or imagining. Not quite sure where to extend thanks for introducing me to whiskys but, I have the bottles. To all, a tip of the hat and clink of the glass (there is now time enough for a wee dram). John Corona, Texas