PHOTO DIARY: Kirkcudbright | Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland

In 2017, Scotland was voted The Most Beautiful Country in the World by Rough Guides readers – and when you look at literally any photo of it it’s not hard to see why. I mean would you LOOK AT THAT:

This time last year I was on my way up to The Most Beautiful Country in the World to Dumfries and Galloway to spend a week in Kirkcudbright, a cute little harbour town that my Dad still can’t pronounce properly to this day. It was a bloody lovely place to enjoy a getaway (I say getaway, we actually felt quite at home due to the weirdly high number of Yorkshire folk that we came across. Why were there so many? Do we only travel in herds?? Did the local shop run out of tea bags that week???)

I usually write my travel posts around funny anecdotes that happened while I was there, but I went with my parents so nothing particularly funny happened (apart from literally all the times I was in charge of directions when we were in the car) so I decided to do a Photo Diary type thing instead. Enjoy and try not to be too blown away by my iPhone photography xxx

A lovely view of the Dark Sky at Galloway Forest Park. LOOK HOW DARK IT IS (It’s actually just a black square sorry)

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  • Why are there so many stunning places to visit in Scotland? I am trying to plan a road trip for next year and it is near impossible to narrow down where I want to go! Thanks for sharing your photos