“Don’t make eye contact, don't look, don't look! Okay run, RUN!” The three of us bolted, following the zig-zag pattern that our guide was doing to throw them off course. My camera bag bounced against my hip as I ran, my heart raced and the sweat started to drip down my face. The branches on … Continue reading The Day I Got Chased By A Rhino
We left early from our little B&B in Loch Lomond with a mission to be in Stanraer by noon to catch the ferry over to Northern Ireland. Though of course, we had a do one last castle in Scotland and did a flying visit through Culzean Castle, which was absolutely magnificent. The entire property included … Continue reading Castles before the Causeway.
So after Loch Ness and Ben Nevis, we were pretty sure the A82 road couldn't deliver anymore of the goods. Oh, weren't we wrong! After leaving the Aonach Mor and their breathtaking gondola rides, we kept on driving until we reached the area of Glencoe. So, before I purge out every possible descriptive word known to men … Continue reading Glencoe, you took my breath away..
In my true family fashion, we were jam-packing our days to the absolute last second. After we'd ticked off Loch Ness and Urquhart Castle, we were speeding towards the highest mountain in the British Isles, Ben Nevis. Ben, of course, had been looming over us for awhile now but as we got closer, the colossal … Continue reading Head in the clouds.
Heyoo - Due to the last couple of weeks being an absolute blur, I'm a bit behind in my stories. I'm back home in Australia now, but am telling them as if I was still up to date with my travels. J.x We left Newtonmore and headed up to Inverness which we would bypass completely … Continue reading Searchin’ for Nessie.
We left Irene’s with a mission to fit in as much as we could for the day. First cab off the rank was the Buller’s of Buchan, which was v. v. exciting, as there are about three things in this world named after our last name Buchan. In Scotland however, it is lovely because we … Continue reading Cliffs, Gardens and a Fairytale Castle
Leaving Anstruther, we navigated through the foggy roads until we reached the town of St. Andrews. With no intention for a long stop, we just needed a coffee before continuing onto Aberdeen. However as we drove into St. Andrews and passed a huge old ruin of a church and graveyard, we pulled into to have … Continue reading Discovering St. Andrews..And the best Indian I’ve ever eaten..