Haggis, single malts and bagpipes

Good grief, after a 10 day journey with a flight from London to Reykjavik, an 800km drive up to Seydisfjordur to catch the ferry to Demark, 3 days on the ferry with a quick stop in the Faroe Islands, 1,000km down to Amsterdam, an overnight ferry to Newcastle, and 300km’s drive north, we’ve arrived in Scotland!  The irony is that it’s a 2 hour flight from Iceland to Glasgow…  Haggis and a pint of Scotland’s best for lunch at the Lost Lamb (haggis was amazing) and staying the night in a wee castle called Crossbasket before we head into the highlands tomorrow.

Gabby seems to be quite at home?

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