Friday, 16 April 2010

My Highland Fling

As I may have mentioned a time or five, I was lucky enough to be able to spend the Easter weekend in Scotland.  A late night flight after work on Thursday took me to Edinburgh where I then joined a tour group Friday morning for four days of fun and good times.

As is often the case, the pics don’t do the place justice! I was surrounded by natural beauty.  All the fresh air really puts a spring in my step!   Some of the better shots made it into my Project 365 but here are some others.  Are you a city break or country air person? (I'm both but if I could only have one, I think I'd go for the country)

There’s a map at the bottom, showing where we went.
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1.  Forth Bridge over the Firth of Forth.
2. Crail, a fishing village
3.  Waterfalls at the Hermitage, Dunkeld
4. A dam in Pitlochry
5. A cairn at the Culloden Battlefields
6.  Me and McSpotty, the tour mascot
7.  Views over Inverness.
8.  Kyleakin, the fishing village we stayed in on Skye
9. Me dunking my face in the glen to ward off evil fairies
10. A boat, Portree
11 - 15. Climbing.relaxing/jumping on the Trotternish Peninsula, Skye
16. Kilt Rock
17 - 18. Fairie Glen
19. Uig
20.  Kyleakin

Map:
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3 comments:

  1. Definitely a beautiful country!

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  2. Oh and to answer your question, city breaks are great, but I feel I have done them to death. Accordingly, country breaks appeal to me more these days.

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