We packed so much cool stuff into today that I had to break up this post into three parts! (and I’ll probably still have way too many pictures!)
Some of the students had already been to this location, so when I heard there was an old jail here in Inveraray, it became one of the top things I wanted to do!
I was doing so well with blog posts but school prep and wedding planning has taken over my life recently. I’m really excited about my wedding, but holy cow y’all, elopement is smart. After the Scotland Series, I’ll be doing some wedding updates.
But back to the happiness of Scotland – on day 11 we met at the school but didn’t really have anything to do. The students went to class with their Scots, so we three chaperones went walking around downtown, which of course means food again!
Halò! Ciamar a tha thu?
Today we did a quick tour of Sabhal Mòr Ostaig UHI and learned a little Gaelic! If you’re interested in learning, this university is a full immersion program and they also offer distance learning classes!
Time for another adventure! I’m impressed that we had the energy for all these activities – I’m exhausted just thinking about it! But I was clearly ready for an adventure in this pic!
Fiance took this photo because he thought the camera around my neck was hilarious and screamed tourist.
Today we set out on a trip to Skye in the Western Highlands.
The first half of today was business and the second half was basically ours to do with as we pleased.
Our first activity was an historical walking tour of Oban.
It's hard to beat puffins (see the last post if you have no idea what I'm taking about), but it was just early afternoon by the time our puffin adventure was over.
Our next stop was Tobermory!
Today was a free day for everyone. A lot of families took their American kids to Edinburgh or Inveraray. We ended up just kind of wandering around the town.
Which of course means food.