09. 03. 2019.

Inverness, Scotland

Inverness is also known as the 'capital of the Highlands'; it is situated on Scotland's northeast coast, where the river Ness meets the Moray Firth. Its old town features the 19th-cent. Inverness Cathedral, the 18th-cent. Old High Church, and an indoor Victorian Market (none visible here lol).
I've been going through the 100-walks list here on the blog again, and one of the places that caught my eye is the Cairngorms National Park, just south of Inverness. The ship I was working on docked in a nearby harbour of Invergordon once, and I was escorting on a whiskey tour (Glemnorangie) so had to skip the town, but hey there is always the next time :)

Historic Route 66

Its been more than four months, wow. I am even boring myself with this statement, but time does fly. I've been catching up with a friend recently and we've made a loose plan to travel across the US, riding in an oldsmobile, stopping for some line dancing. Its been almost three years that I've passed the driving test, alas I haven't had the opportunity to actually drive a car - my dad has been too protective of his, despite all the promises that I'd have the full access once I pass the exam. Oh well. I think this is finally the year I'll be buying my own car (something old and retro to start with), after all there's no other reason to go and work on the island again but to better my finances; and oh boy do I have plans, a whole bunch of them...oops since my previous plans to move on from this place have all sunken, I better be careful and not say too much here..! I just need positive vibes to help me be diligent and patient...