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When were flying from Paris to Reykjavik, about mid-trip I looked down and saw lots of snowy mountains. I didn't know where I was because that couldn't have been Scotland. These are the Trossachs in Scotland.

Stirling Castle looks out over the snow capped mountains of the Trossachs in the Southern Scottish Highlands

Stirling, Scotland, went past this on the train to the highlands, would love to make it a stop next time.

The National Wallace Monument rising above Stirling, Scotland, UK (by paspog).but it's SO in my list of places to go again next time. And the Stirling Bridge is a magical piece of history and architecture.

Stirling Castle  One of the largest and historically important castles in the whole of Scotland!

A stunning photograph of Sterling Castle, Scotland. To the right can be seen the National Wallace Monument which commemorates Sir William Wallace, the century Scottish hero

Duncansby Stacks, off the most north-eastern point of mainland Britain. Spot the fishing boat.

The sea-stacks, Duncansby Head, Sutherland, Scotland. The nearby lighthouse is at the most northeasterly point of Scotland

Isle of Mull, Scotland exactly where we had to stop for sheep crossing.

~~Isle of Mull, Scotland ~ misty day, arbor-like lone tree drapes a lone road creates a welcoming opening for all to enter by Helena Normark~~

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A couple of must-do's for me on this list, including the Blue Light Pub! Cool things to do for a rip-roaring time in Ireland's fair city, from ukelele-jamming to cliff-jumping