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I left on Thursday for Scotland, traveling in places other than the US is interesting to say the least. I had purchased a flight from Dublin to Aberdeen where I was to meet my roommate John for the Scotland part of my trip. My flight left at 4:30 but I somehow saw the time 16:00 as six o'clock. I got to the airport early as usual but as I got to the gate I hear in an Irish accent "Last call for flight 182 to Aberdeen!" and I thought wait a second, I still have two hours so I went up to the person working the counter and asked if it was the same flight I was supposed to be on and indeed it was. I have this feeling that people in Europe think Americans are kinda dumb, I think I am perpetuating that stereo type.
It was very fortuitous that I made the flight as I have no means of communication with people except by email. John picked me up in Aberdeen and we drove to our first B&B. We then headed out for Inverness.
On our way to inverness, we stopped at a cathedral in Elgin which was amazing (picture attached), we hadn't really had any sun up until that point and within 5 minutes of us arriving into the town of Elgin, the sun came out. Which allowed me to get some pretty cool shots of the cathedral ruins. We were able to explore the ruins but by that time the sun had hidden behind the clouds so I didn't really get any more good shots.
This town took my breath away, it was such a beautiful quaint town on the river. We stayed in a B&B whos proprietor was extremely helpful. We didn't do much in Inverness except grab dinner at a fairly nice restaurant and enjoy some traditional Scottish music at a pub.