Dozza in Scotland

Toot toot we made it…

Our route up from Northumberland took us past Edinburgh (which they have previously visited) and over the newly opened Queensferry Crossing. Quite a bridge and not one Elaine could drive over without vertigo induced histrionics. Needless to say she was in the passenger seat.

Heading up along the North Sea coast our first stop was St Andrews for a few days. A small town that has everything; a castle, sandy beaches, a university, historic golf courses and, most importantly, dog friendly pubs. We liked it a lot.

A couple of hours up the coast, our next destination was Stonehaven…

The caravan site was on the larger bay and as normal we pitched up only having booked one night but ended up staying a week. This was fortuitous as it was also our first need for a Kwik Fit thanks to a puncture. Here I am offering my much appreciated guidance…

Stonehaven a lovely old fishing town, but by far the best thing around is the dramatic Dunnottar Castle. It was captured by William Wallace in 1297 and visited by Mary Queen of Scots and James VI in the 16th century. Whatever it was truly breathtaking…

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