Isle of Skye, Scotland
Due to the limited time we had in Scotland, we decided to go on an organized tour to explore the Isle of Skye and beyond.
We realise that going on an organized tour, your tour-guide can make or break the trip. Well, we lucked out and ended up with a tour guide (from Wild About Scotland) that made our time in Scotland so memorable.
Our guide, Ian, was an amazing story teller. His love for Scotland just oozes out of his very being and we couldn’t help being affected by it.
Maybe that’s why we ended up being in love with Scotland as well?
There has to be something totally wonderful about this country to make somebody loves it so much.
Don’t you think?
We took this video of him telling us the story of the guy whose statue is right behind him.
This was taken with our audio-less, crappy camera at the time but just watch the video and see how enthusiastic of a story teller he is.
P.S: If you know whose statue that is, let us know in the comment section below. Would love to learn his story all over again.
Scotland was one country that Jack and I agree we’ll just have to explore further.
The history, the culture, and the fact that every glen, every lake, and every hill seems to have a story behind it — oh, the wonderful stories — is something that makes Scotland so dear in our hearts.
And of course, sceneries like these do not help this hopeless love affair…
Dear Scotland, our love affair will have to continue.
Related stories from Scotland:
– In love