At the age of 50, Margaret Halliday set off on her own on a trip to India, undeterred by multiple sclerosis and osteoarthritis. The travel diaries she kept evolved into Prana Soup: an Indian Odyssey, which describes her adventures in candid and sometimes hilarious detail.
Good Vibrations: a Story of a Single 60s Mum, recounts her experience of unmarried motherhood in 1960s Scotland. WWOOFing North and South is about her time as a WWOOFer (worldwide opportunities on organic farms) in New Zealand and Scotland. Her first novel, The Belly Dancer, is a romantic thriller, set in Turkey.
Margaret studied horticulture in Glasgow and then environmental science, in which she received a doctorate from Napier College, Edinburgh. She taught science in Edinburgh, married and had two children.
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10 Bridge Street
There is a wheelchair lift to allow access from the entrance landing to the ground floor, but please be aware that there are no public toilets.