Since my previous post on traveling UK on a £400 budget hit over tens of thousands views within days, some readers have been asking to see more of the photos of my trip. My favourite part is definitely the Scottish Highland.
The trip started off in Snowdonia National Park, Wales. We arrived late due to traffic and didn’t get to Llanberis as planned.
Snowdonia is full of hiking routes, making it a hiker’s paradise.
View over the valley
GBP15 for a car and a tent at Baysbrown farm site, there are numerous campgrounds in Lake District.
Baysbrown is a large camp site which is perfect for star gazing because it is unblocked 360 degrees.
Summer nights, watch the stars and occasionally a shooting star.
One of the better hiking routes at Honister Pass
Enjoy the stunning sunset at Ambleside.
Explore the Tarn Hows area for some easy hikes
These sheep are frequent sightings in Lake District.
Visit the incredibly ancient yet beautiful Glasgow University.
Glasgow is a nice lively city where it maintains the Scottish feel.
Loch Shiel aka Black Lake near Hogwarts.
Glenfinnan Viaduct from the parking lot, you can grab views of the train tracks and Loch Shiel here.
Take this trail to go under the Glenfinnan Viaduct where the Jacobite train goes to Hogwarts.
Head to the Eileen Donan Castle before going on to Isle of Skye
Don’t miss Glencoe and its ice-cream
Be prepared for the stunning views of Isle of Skye
Spot the sheep!
About an hour into the hike to the top of the Old Man of Storr.
Looking up to the Old Man
The view becomes more gorgeous as you get higher.
The hike to the top takes about 1 – 2 hours one way, depending on your physical ability.
Kilt Rock Falls
Take a side trip to Edinburgh. Get to Arthur’s Seat to get a view of the lovely city.
Visit York for the authentic feel of British history.
University of Oxford
Take a walk around Oxford where the people and buildings are lovely to watch.
Mayfield Lavender, they are only open during summer.
Trip ain’t complete without London! Visit the Big Ben, London Eye, Soho, famous restaurants and the free British museums!
Jump shots are always fun.
Beautiful photos! Makes me want to head there now 🙂
Thanks Mark, I have seen your site around. Awesome!