Scotland is an amazing country. From beautiful scenery to some of the kindest people in the world, Scotland is slowly becoming a really popular tourist destination. Maybe you’ve seen it on social media, or, maybe you’ve heard it in the news, but Scotland, particularly the Highlands and the Islands, is now on Lonely Planet‘s top places to visit for 2019.
As I get more and more involved in the world of traveling and photography around Scotland, I can’t help but see more and more people online starting to become interested in what it is like to live here.
I moved to Scotland almost 8 years ago, from Romania. I studied Biochemistry at the University of Glasgow and went on mini adventures as many times as I could, in an attempt to see as much as I could of this place. Inevitably, I couldn’t help but fall in love with this country. The culture, the landscapes, the roads, and, most importantly, the people, make this place a wonderful place to be. Keep on reading to find out more about what I think it’s like to live in Scotland.
Autumn has come and is almost gone. As we sit at our desks, pondering what excuse to give the boss to leave a bit earlier today, we can’t help but wonder where all the time has gone.
It feels like summer was only yesterday. You can still feel the sun’s warmth on your face and the grit of the sand between your toes. You look up from your desk and realise, although it’s 3 o’clock in the afternoon, it’s almost night time. In the blink of an eye, autumn has delighted us with a splash of colour and crispier mornings and almost vanished entirely, leaving trees naked and one thinking about the better days.Read More