Day 4 of the trip.
We woke up in the beautiful Glencoe valley, and ended up at thee most stunning waterfall. It had snowed and there was a dusting of snow on the mountain tops. As we were out of the car exploring, the most bitter wind armed with hail came down on us. Safe to say until lunchtime I hopped in and out of the car for short intervals to get my photos!!
After a delightful lunch of Steak and gravy pie, we were driving along when I saw a sign for “Falls of Falloch”. We could’t drive on without taking a look. Who passes up the chance to see a waterfall?! So glad too because look at it, it was soooo beautiful. There was no one around either, had the place all to ourselves.
How unreal was this viewing point!? So unusual.
We hung around here for a bit but then people started to arrive so we picked up our gear and headed back to the van.
We drove all around Loch Lomond. It was soooo bloody picturesque but sadly not enough places to pull in. I have no pictures of it except this one of Eoghan, but hey, he’s pretty picturesque too haha.
It was then time to head back to Edinburgh for our final day. First, we went on the hunt for a good spot to properly see the forth road bridge. And we found one. Took the picture below in North Queensferry, which is a small village in fife looking across at Edinburgh. You could go right down to the water’s edge and look up at the bridge lit up perfectly against the sky. This bridge was awesome and made my “5 instagrammable places in edinburgh” post.
Not long after we were pulling over on the side of the road to spend our final night in the van. Really missing vanlife now!
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