There are many directions I could take while writing about Scotland. I could make this a travel guide outlining the must see spots, or I could make a road map telling you about hidden gems away from the tourists train. Finally I could make it an adventure blog, and tell tales of our water logged and whisky soaked adventures. However instead of writing a lengthy essay about Scotland I will let the photos of this land shrouded in mist and emerald speak for themselves.
If you are inspired to visit Scotland I suggest you research how long it takes to drive from place to place. Hint: it takes a lot longer than you think. My advice is to buy a map and pick a few random little villages to visit. Not only does this spread your tourist dollars around it also will make you feel as if you discovered a secret magical kingdom.We went to Scotland with a general idea of where we wanted to visit and ended up discovering quite a few little towns and hills that were off the beaten path. The one lane roads of the Scottish highlands lead us to areas you don’t typically see on post cards.