|Charles Hunter Scottish Tour Guide | sitemap | log in|
Your guestbook allows you to receive comments from your visitors. By default it is moderated, which means that no-one's comments are published until you check them first.
2012 Songs of Scotland Tour
Charles, it is no wonder that Ed has so many repeat visitors on the Songs of Scotland tour. You are a fabulous host and each time, something new is learned. Thank you for yet another magical trip to your homeland!!
Posted by Kendra Terry on 02 July 2012
Charles, I am still recovering from the lung problems I was having in Scotland. Only your very gracious assistance got me through some of our stops. It would be wonderful to come back to Scotland and spend time on another tour, but age and health probably make that but a dream. Give Ian a thanks as well if you see him. Kathy Howe and Terri
Posted by Kathy Howe on 29 June 2012
our visit with you
In January, 2010, on one of the coldest days Scotland has had recently, our car broke down at the Rob Roy grave and you rescued us. We want to thank you for your hospitality and kindness that afternoon. By the way, the reason the car broke down? My husband had accidentally put petrol into the gas tank. We so very much enjoyed the warmth, the tea, the cookies and our conversation with you. Many, many thanks again. As far as we aare concerned, the Scots are the friendliest people we've met in our travels.
Stephanie and Chris Green
Posted by Stephanie Green on 17 October 2010
2009 Folk Tour
An elegant, diplomatic and consummate professional, Charles Hunter was an impeccable guide for our 2009 Folk Song Tour of Scotland. His love for his country and his job was delightful. Rarely do you get to experience a tour guide with Charles' sense of history and place. He allowed our tour to experience Scotland, it beauty, its culture and its people at an unhurried pace. He focused on the "off the beaten track" spots that I would never found on my own. And, I most certainly enjoyed his wee bit of Scottish Tablet.
Posted by Ranleigh Hirsh on 02 July 2009