Scottish people are one of the nicest people you will come by! They are also one of the most misunderstood people in the world as most can’t understand their accent! Otherwise, they have incredible whiskies, beers and landscape.
After having travelled for a long time throughout the world (though not even close to being the whole world), I’d like to think I’ve seen some of the most beautiful places in the world and experience some of the best mother nature has to offer. The most notable ones include, the entire west coast of Ireland, the mountains of Norway, the redwood forests of California, the lush tropical forests of Thailand, the underwater reef beds of Fiji and the incredible terrains of Iceland. It’s almost difficult to imagine that there are so much more that can surprise you (not really), especially when in Scotland. This was until we went to the Isle of Skye.
Scotland, the place where guys wearing skirts and playing an airbag connected to some pipes while drinking 12 year old alcohol are absolutely acceptable. I’ve been here once before 3 years ago and only had fond memories of it. the delicious recount of Haggis, Neep and Tatties, Cully Skink and a nice Scotch start to wet my taste buds.
Edinburgh, one of theÂ best cities for hanging
Now, I’m back with more time, energy and intuition than ever. Meeting my good friend back in Edinburgh after separating for a week, we explore the city and its hidden spots. Apparently, we were extremely lucky with the weather in Scotland: blue skies, cloudless and sunny. It was vast difference since I was here the last time. In addition to the sun, it was spring time and the flower power from the trees were vast and strong. We took advantage of the incredible weather and went up to Carlton hill with a couple of friends from the hostel, beers, ciders and snacks in hand. I finally got to set up my hammock after a few months of it being dormant and heavy in my backpack. What a perfect day.