You might expect my experience with haggis or other typical food of Scotland, but my trip to Scotland for me was a wee bit (like they say in Scottish) of a taster of what`s out there in terms of nature and the scenery.
A trip that took me passed Glen Coe (yes, where Skyfall was filmed) to the Isle of Skye and Loch Ness, along the way admiring the beauty that Scotland has.
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This trip definitely felt like just a teaser of what Scotland has to offer and I hope to go back one day with some more time to explore. On this trip I was part of a bus tour which offers you the luxury of just sitting back and watching the scenery. Next time I wouldn`t mind renting a car or going on a train journey across Scotland to really explore this part of the world.
Have you been to Scotland? What is the best way to see it?
My trip was part of a campaign brought to you by Edinburgh’s Hogmanay and was supported by VisitScotland, ETAG, Edinburgh Festivals, Haggis Adventures and Skyscanner. The campaign bloggers were sourced and managed by iambassador. As always, opinions are my own, so are the photos and my admiration for natures beauty.