Waterfalls, castles and… beaches?

Hard to believe it’s been 3 weeks since I’ve returned home from my journeys abroad. I swear, the longer I’m home, the more I’m craving travel. Wanderulust at it’s finest ladies and gentlemen. Since I can’t leave to go anywhere, how about we visit Scotland from the comforts of our own homes?

Day 2 of my Scottish Highlands Tour consisted of a trip to Ullapool (a small fishing town on the east shore of Loch Broom); the best chicken, leek and mushroom pie I’ve ever eaten on the Achmelvich Beach; a stop at the Ardvreck Castle from the 15th Century; and lastly a visit to the picturesque Corrieshallach Gorge.

Does it get any better than this?

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  • Beautiful! I really hope you are making a travel photo book out of these! 🙂

  • Dorit & Ofer Maori

    Ericha,
    Looking in your amazing photos it feels like we are back in Scotland, traveling with the group in the wee Red Coach and experiencing the beautiful views and stories of the Highlands. Indeed wonderful memories from a sucseesful journey with a great guide and lovely company.
    Looking forward to reading your blog for days 3-5
    All the best
    Dorit & Ofer