Scotland 2018 Travel Diary (Afterwards) 4

And here comes day 4!

Since we hadn’t any plans or bookings while on the road. It sometimes got quite complicated to find something later in the day since we wanted to see a lot of stuff and tried to get an B&B or AirBNB after 7 o’clock. John o’ Groats is the last village in the very north of Scotland. Lovely little village. But since there were two weddings on this day, everyyyything was booked.

Luckily after an hour of searching we found Sheila and Johns home. They gave us the room of their grandchildren. Incredibly nice and welcoming. If you ever visit the north of Scotland. Make sure to book a few nights. Better be early! Sheila is normally booked out until later in the year. We were incredibly lucky!

Went up early again to see the cliffs of Dunnet afterwards we took the ferry to Orkney Islands. No trees. Neolithic standing stones. Incredible landscapes. And a tent for two days.

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Scotland 2018 Travel Diary (Afterwards) 3

Third day! We slept in Invergordon which is a little bit north of Inverness (Loch Ness). Went up early and drove up to the most northern point of Scotland. On our way we visited the Glenmorangie distillery, Dunrobin Castle and Badbea cliff village. Incredible sceneries!

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Scotland 2018 Travel Diary (Afterwards) Day 1+2

So, if you follow me on Instagram. You probably already knew that I went to Scotland with Vanessa and Julian. Two weeks of just us with a rented car and no plans at all. We drove 2422km and I took over 4000 pictures. This the first post to present Scotland to you. Enjoy!

This is day 1 and 2. We`ve landed in Edinburgh and drove from the Airport to Aberdeen. Stayed there for just a night and drove through the whole Speyside area to Loch Ness. Visited Glenfiddich and Glenfarcles distillerys.

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Paris Travel Diary Day 4

Since I was not able to transfer these pictures via cable in the train I’m writing this from my home. Sorry for the delay!

We are back. Had a more chilled last day (We walked 45km in 4 days!). Got a new tattoo as I usually try to do in different cities! Thank you Kylam! Wanted to see the Maison Rouge, unfortunately it was closed on Tuesday. So we went to the UNESCO building which Marcel Breuer, Pier Luigi Nervi and Bernard Zehrfuss designed. Short visit at the new Bape store. Some quick lunch in the most awesome Algerian restaurant and back to the train station!

Thank you Paris for having us. We had a blast!

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