Scotland Adventures – Inverness

Published April 12, 2014 by iwouldlikeacupoftea

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Monday the 7th we took the train from Elgin to Inverness to meet some other exchange students and do some shopping.

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It’s quite strange to see snow again, haha. It’s been a while! Luckily it was very far away.

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We then went up to the castle in Inverness with the rest of the exchange students. We were a big group of people from all over the world, Germany, Italy and so on. Most of them stayed either in Edinburgh or close, and I was the only one staying in England. They all went with EF and I was also the only one that went abroad with another organization. I’m an outsider. It was fun to hear about other people’s experience, as they were different from mine.

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Taking pictures like this was impossible because of the seagulls. They had to fly by every single time and ruin my picture. I love the ocean, but seagulls are the worst. I was very annoyed, haha.

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Wearing my Unicorn jumper and skirt from Primark, because this jumper is amazing and super cute. I swear I’m not obsessed with unicorns though, not at all.

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We walked along the river as we had a lot of time to kill, and then sat down somewhere to have lunch.

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ImageFound this restaurant called McGonagall’s, Harry potter reference, anyone?

After that we shopped for a bit as it was raining outside. I like how the weather can never really make up it’s mind here in Scotland. One minute its warm and sunny, and a second later rain is pouring down. What’s up with that?
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I’m on a strict no shopping month, but it hasn’t been working well for me. I’ve been wanting this book ever since it came out, but it’s been sold out whenever I went to get it, so I couldn’t leave it. It’s an amazing book about (and partially written by) Esther earl, who died of Cancer. It’s an inspiring and touching book, and definitely worth the read!

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