Loch Ness / Fort Augustus
I had the perks of sitting in the front: I got to know every name of the song Paul played. They were mixed of Scotland traditional songs, pop song, slow rock, rock songs from different ages. The one that caught me immensely was this song played by The Script called “No good in Goodbye” (my heart screamed: IT IS, NO GOOD IN GOODBYE, especially saying Good bye to SCOTLAND). Anyway, the intro of the song matched perfectly with the dramatic hills we passed in Quiraing and Scotland Highlands as Our car went up and down the hills. I downloaded the songs soon as I went back from Scotland. Every now and then hearing the song brings me back to Scotland. (sidenote: actually, I’m writing this paragraph while listening to that song).