Follow me to the Fairy Glen on the Isle of Skye…

I have written a post on the Fairy Glen and the Fairy Pools in Skye.  I went there in May 2016 and was so lucky to have incredible weather and an incredible experience.  This time that I went, it was October of 2017, I went with my friend Paula and the weather was not spring-like …

Neist Point and the incredible views courtesy of Scotland of course…

Neist Point I came here in 2016 and this is where I met my friend Paula.  Little did I know that she and I would be back here a year later, a few months later than April and able to take out time enjoying the incredible awesome beauty that Scotland shares with you! When traveling …

Spend a Sunday at the Natural Museum of Ireland

I love museums I love the history that each one has.  Sometimes I find myself just stuck on a certain time period or a few items.  Sometimes it is a mad rush to get through and see more.  At any rate, I was able to take my time here at the Natural Museum of Ireland. …

Schloss Hohenschwangau…

 Schloss Hohenschwangau This is another name that I have to pronounce very slowly or it sounds like words in a blender.  This castle is located in the same area as Neuschwanstein Castle.  It is just one big area of tourism really which we were grateful for.  We really had no idea like I mentioned in my …

A Princess castle… Neuschwanstein Castle

Schloss Neuschwanstein  The princess castle.  I mean that is what my friends said when I showed them where I was going.  I still can’t say this castles name quickly, I must say it very slow.  It is a long name and it has a very interesting history.  After taking the tour I had a sense …

The Dark Hedges, Jon Snow, White Walkers, and Daenerys Targaryen oh my!

The Dark Hedges is a place! I try to do as much research as I can when I travel, but I am never as good as I think I am.  For whatever reason, I had no idea our tour was stopping at the Dark Hedges.  Yes, it is place in North Ireland and even more …

Have you seen what Finn MacCool did at the Giants Causeway?

Finn MacCool Well according to the legend of Finn MacCool or Fionn mac Cumhaill, he is a giant.  Finn is from the Fenian Cycle in Gaelic mythology.  So our tour guide told us one of the versions. Fight So the story goes… The Scottish giant Benandonner challenged Finn.  Finn accepted the challenge to fight and …

…The…Devil’s…Pulpit…

The what? The Devil’s pulpit.  Finnich Glen.  Outlander made this place even more sought after when it was used as Liar’s Spring in one of their episodes. Finnich Glen Paula and I left early in the morning after breakfast to find the “Devil’s Pulpit” at Finnich Glen.  We were staying in Luss so the drive was …

Newark Castle…Port Glasgow…and a pint or two…or three…

Glasgow Newark Castle was on the list to visit.  I had yet to go to Glasgow, so I was excited to go.  The prices are on the right Buy the Historic Scotland membership.  It pays for itself It is a smaller castle and was not overcrowded This castle was not built until much later in the …