Gone Fishing

André and I went on a trip to Scotland earlier this month, here are a few impressions.

Ruined house at Loch Assynt:

Stoer Lighthouse:

Sunset at Stoer Lighthouse:

Cliff near Quiraing on the Isle of Sky:

View from atop Quiraing on the Isle of Sky:

Landscape on the Isle of Lewis (and Harris):

View from the summit of Braeriach, the third highest mountain of Britain (after Ben Nevis and Ben Macdui):

It seems that our webserver also took some time off during our trip, but my trusty admin has since fixed the problem, and now I’m back and Serendipita is up and running again.

2 thoughts on “Gone Fishing

  1. Andrea Post author

    AndrĂ© traveled to Scotland once before, in 1993, and the landscape hasn’t changed, but the numbers of tourists have increased, in some areas dramatically so. We tried to escape the masses by going to more remote places like Lewis and Harris. This was our first trip anywhere, ever, that we worried about finding places to stay without prior booking. Still, if you go for longer walks, you can still find solitude there. We already have a list of places to see, things to do and walks to walk for next time.

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