A couple of my friends are ardent travelers and, as such, are a bit perplexed as to why Mr. C and I choose to keep returning to Scotland. “Don’t you want to go somewhere else? See someplace new?” I do understand their question. It’s a very big world, after all, full of amazing and wonderful things. But my answer is generally always the same.
Well yes. But not if it means that it takes Scotland off the table.
I really do want to visit other countries. In fact, it’s a dream of mine to see the other four Celtic nations and also Italy. But the truth is, I’m not done with Scotland yet. As much as Mr. C and I have seen and experienced, I feel like it’s just a drop in the proverbial bucket of all that the country has left for us.
When I fell for Scotland, I fell hard. So my philosophy is that as long as there are discoveries to be made, as long as it continues to make my heart sing, then I’ll stick with what I know and love, please and thank you. Italy will just have to wait.
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I understand. When you fall in love with a place, your heart yearns to return.
I’ve lived here since 1986 and I am still finding new places to go in Scotland!