The Small Print Disclaimer

The Small Print

As the number of stamps on our passports increases, we also expand our site so I think it’s time to share the small print with you. Here is how we are saving money on the road.

You Guys

And don’t you rock my world! A blog can’t do the following steps without having a dedicated and engaged audience. Thank you for reading our stories, commenting on our articles, liking our, and sharing your experiences over at Facebook, TwitterInstagram and Pinterest. You are our audience and we wouldn’t want to do anything to hurt that relationship. We entertain / you laugh – that’s how it works, yeah?


Since March 2015, we have had the opportunity to work with heaps of exciting tours, hostels/ hotels, restaurants and brands. We review our experience, share it with you through photos and quips on social media and articles here at Two Scots Abroad. In exchange, we get a couple of nights stay in accommodation, a meal at a restaurant, the odd trip here and there, etc. Never ask a blogger – ‘what do you get for free?!’ It’s not free, we work our socks off representing businesses, it’s like billboard advertising, but via your laptop and phone, to a much smaller audience! Blogging wannabes, you may need a media kit to reach out (pitch) to businesses. For this, you need a dedicated and engaged audience! You’ll know when I am raving about a business, you’ll see our disclaimer at the bottom of the article. We only pitch companies which we feel is right for us (as a mature couple on a budget) which in turn is ideal for the Two Scots Abroad readers.


Affiliate links are like e-high fives from readers to content creators. If you click on an affiliate link to a recommended product or service (and then purchase), you are giving said content creator (us) some credit at no extra cost to you. This is one of the many ways that digital nomads make money so they can keep sharing banging tips and tricks with their readers. We are beginning to introduce affiliates into our articles, this will not compromise on the quality of our content or the trustworthiness of my recommendations. Here is the beginning of  the list of companies that I trust, go ahead and rock your travel socks off.

  • True Traveller

This is who we purchased travel insurance from for our big 17-month career break to travel the Americas and Europe. We chose them because of their customer service and their coverage. They insure you at high altitudes which is important for those going to Peru, they also cover winter sports (we skied in Canada). I fell sick in Vancouver and had to claim; True Traveller were supportive and speedy in getting my refund. See if their rates are right for you by clicking here.

  • Amazon

We always recommended products that make our travel lives easier and now we may direct you to some of them (like my favourite Marmot Precip , that blue waterproof jacket that features in every Facebook image in Scotland) through Amazon. Like all of our affiliate links this does not cost you extra money. It does, however, help us pay our mortgage and feed Bowie because we make a small percentage back. Thank you.

“We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to and affiliated sites.” Except for this disclosure, you will not make any public communication with respect to this Agreement or your participation in the Associates Program. You will not misrepresent or embellish our relationship with you (including by expressing or implying that we support, sponsor, or endorse you), or express or imply any affiliation between us and you or any other person or entity except as expressly permitted by this Agreement.

Sponsored Content

These are posts which businesses ask bloggers to write (or provide material for) which advertises a product or a service. This is often a link within an article or less often a full blown review. Just another way that bloggers pay their bills. You may find paid links within our guides but the recommendation is no less regardless of who is footing the bill.

Expert Advice

Many tourists and travellers ask us to use our own extensive travel experiences to make their trip the best holiday ever! We are into it, just email us with the details for our prices. Even more businesses and bloggers ask us for our time too, bloggers we’re happy to send you in the right direct but we ask that you help get the Two Scots Abroad word out via sharing the love! Businesses, we can look at your case on a one to one basis. Friends, if you start private mailing me via Facebook, please take my time into consideration! Check where we’ve been first please, there are no hidden secrets, no information left out of these posts that I slave over.


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