I thought the hardest part was leaving from London. Turned out, leaving Portree and Isle of Skye was the hardest part of the Great Britain Trip. So pretty that I would gave my two days of exploring Liverpool and Manchester to stay at Isle of Skye. If you’re a landscape lover, spend 5 days to explore Scotland Highland and isle of skye (or even more, or even stay there forever, Don't leave) ;)
The itinerary for Day 2 was basically exploring every wonderful landmark in Isle of Skye. Thankfully, those were wonderful and sunny two-days in Isle of the Skye, see what happened in Day-3 here. Here’s the places we visited on Day-2.
Isle of Skye and Scotland Highland quickly captured my eyes and heart the first time I saw it in Google. It has such a dramatic landscape, and spectacular mountain range. Did you know? James bond movie Skyfall was shot in Scotland, in Glen Coe to be exact and it’s the fourth Bond film to be shot in Scotland. Part of Glencoe that became background is Buachaille Etive Mor and Buachaille Etive Beag (both are mountain peaks). It can be seen on the movie screen where James Bond transports M away from Raoul Silva. The other movies that were shot in Scotland are Highlander and Braveheart. That alone should be more than enough to justify a visit to Scotland, right (Side note: Glen is a Scottish term for a deep valley in the Highlands" that is "narrower than a strath.")
I could’ve spend each day moving from one city to another in Scotland and rent a car, but I didn’t. There were several things considered and that was why I didn’t rent a car in UK:
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