I know I am super late sharing these photos from our adventures in Scotland, but I am still just as excited looking through them now as I was when we first got back. It only makes me wish we could be up there now!
Over Easter weekend here in the UK, we actually get both the Friday and Monday off, which George and I translate into, “we need to go somewhere!” The only problem is that everyone else was apparently thinking the same thing, so flights to Europe were pretty much out of the question. I suggested camping on the Isle of Skye and George agreed!
Continue reading “Scotland: The Isle of Skye”
March has been a crazy month for me. And now I am realizing it will be over as of tomorrow! I had the opportunity to go on three very different but equally amazing trips, traveling back and forth across the Atlantic without much of a break. I can’t wait to share my pictures and stories from all three, but for now I’ll start with the first. George and I went to the Lofoten Islands in Norway at the beginning of the month in the hopes of seeing the Northern Lights. The Lofoten archipelago is above the Arctic Circle so I knew we had a good chance, but it is also super beautiful and I would not have been disappointed had we not seen the lights.
Continue reading “Norway: The Lofoten Islands”
After leaving the Burren in County Clare, my sister and I made our way to our second destination: Doolin. Doolin is a small seaside village on the west coast of Ireland along the Wild Atlantic Way. It is known around the world as the traditional music capital of Ireland and that is what drew us to stay there while visiting the Cliffs of Moher.
Continue reading “Ireland Part II: Cliffs of Moher and Aran Islands”