Day 153-54 Scotland, Fort William and Glencoe – expect the unexpected

I thought nothing could compare to the beauty and wildness of the nature on the Isle of Skye. In the highlands, you have to expect the unexpected. There are hidden treasures everywhere. Whilst this is peak tourist season you don’t have to wander far to find yourself alone in the beauty of nature. The mountains … Continue reading Day 153-54 Scotland, Fort William and Glencoe – expect the unexpected

Day 151-152 Scotland the Isle of Skye – floating on clouds!

The name Isle of Skye means ‘cloud island’. It lived up to its name. I got lost in the clouds. I woke to dark clouds, shadows and showers but within thirty minutes the sun appears through the darkness with its light highlighting the colours of the mountains and the clouds making pictures in the beautiful … Continue reading Day 151-152 Scotland the Isle of Skye – floating on clouds!

Day 149 Scotland Highlands – Pitlochry and Inverness – getting lost

I languished for hours before I worked through the details of hiring a car to explore the Scottish Highlands. I paid for all the extras including comprehensive car insurance with no excess. When I went to pick up the car I was told that I had paid my money to a third party agent which … Continue reading Day 149 Scotland Highlands – Pitlochry and Inverness – getting lost

Day 139 England, London – Psychoanalysis and fragile minds

After breakfast at a trendy café I walked from West Hampstead to Camden markets along the canal. It was interesting to wander along the stalls but as Lonely Planet states “it has stopped being cutting edge several thousand cheap leather jackets ago”. On the way, back I stopped in at Freud’s last home in Hampstead. … Continue reading Day 139 England, London – Psychoanalysis and fragile minds