Scotland - 1500 miles of glens and lochs
Going through Glasgow, Oban, Edinburgh, Culloden, Rosslyn, Glen Coe, Stirling, Pitlochry, Loch Ness, Inveraray, Moulin, Inverness, Loch Lomond, Mallaig, Glenfinnan, Markinch, Menstrie, Auchtermuchty and all the way up to Isle of Skye.
The hills are alive with the sound of bagpipes
The popular but boring postcard view of Edinburgh with the Dugald Stewart Monument. The most interesting part was the shortcut on the way down.
Calton Hill, Edinburgh
People have been living here since 900 AD and the oldest building on the hill is St Margaret's Chapel from 12th century.
Castle Rock, Edinburgh
Memories of Skye
The sheeps are guarding the road we came by.
Isle of Skye
Lair of the highlander
The infamous character Connor MacLeod was born in the village of Glenfinnan, but the castle is actually located elsewhere.
Reine in Glenfinnan
The seat of MacLeod
This is the castle from movie Highlander, the on-screen home of Clan MacLeod.
Eilean Donan Castle
Toss it lad
Some sports are more odd than others. One can't help but wonder who first came up with the idea of throwing a large log?
Highland Games in Markinch
End of the road
This picturesque castle was featured in the movie Monty Python and the Holy Grail, renamed Castle Aaargh.
Castle Stalker in Loch Laich
Glen Coe, Scottish highlands
The quest for Nessie
Come out, come out, whereever you are...
Monster hunting on the shores of Loch Ness
Here but no further
Staffin was named by the Vikings and means something like "place of upright pillars". A fairly good name, considering that these basaltic pillared rocks were their first sight.
Kilt Rock at Staffin, Isle of Skye
This monument stands on a hilltop outside the town of Stirling. This was the site where William Wallace observed the arrival of the English army before the Battle of Stirling Bridge.
Wallace monument, Stirling
Your mother was a hamster
Another famous location from Monty Python and the Holy Grail. This is where John Cleese insulted King Arthur in French accent and later goes on a killing spree at a wedding.
This place was built in 1997 and reminds me of the Sydney Opera House.
Clyde Auditorium along the river Clyde, Glasgow
On the road
Beautiful hills, lots of bends and no traffic.
A87 near Loch Cluanie
Nice and quiet
Some people just don't like neighbours.
Glen Coe, Scottish Highlands
Checking in for eternity
This graveyard contains a Crusader grave and closed for burials in 1896.
Moulin Church cemetery