Scotland: My Search for Nessie

My trip to Scotland was jam-packed with adventures, so I had to break it up into multiple posts! Check out parts ONETWO and THREE!

Our last day in Scotland was a trip to Loch Ness. I was so, so excited for this trip, because I had always wanted to visit Loch Ness. Not many people know that it is one of the coldest Lochs in the country (staying pretty constant at 3 degrees C), and that it was created by a shift in the Earth’s core. It was absolutely beautiful (as the rest of Scotland has been), and like I said in the last post: a picture is worth a thousand words, and I had about a million words to describe Loch Ness.


Loch Ness Clansman…the hotel that runs the boat tour we took across Loch Ness!


For some reason, my camera was super blurry during this whole trip. I thought this would’ve turned out a better picture, but alas…


Colin, Chloe, myself, Jackie, and Mimi on the boat trip across Loch Ness


Loch Ness, Scotland


Loch Ness, Scotland


Searchin’ for Nessie


hanging with my good pal, Nessie


More scenic views of Loch Ness, Scotland


Selfies from Urquhart Castle on the shores of Loch Ness


my personal favorite, a selfie from the shore of Loch Ness (I’m standing right outside Nessie’s house)

Another one of the coolest places I’ve ever been, and for sure one of the most beautiful. I know I keep saying that, but everywhere I go seems to top the last place I went! It’s completely insane how cool this semester has been.

That’s all from Scotland, but I still have plenty of time left in Europe (I am lying to myself here…I only have about a month and a half left but I don’t want to admit it), so stay tuned for even more adventures!!



3 thoughts on “Scotland: My Search for Nessie

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