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We’ve just returned from an awesome two-week trip to Scotland! We saw more motorhomes, caravans, campervans, caravan sites & pitches than we ever expected… especially since we just learned what some of those terms mean!
Come along for the ride while we share everything we learned about RVing in the United Kingdom.
Starting in Glasgow, we headed northwest to the Scottish Highlands, visiting the Isles of Mull, Iona and Skye, then north to Ullapool and Thurso, across to the Orkney Islands, down to Inverness and St. Andrews, and on to Edinburgh.
It was our first time in the U.K. and the countryside, castles and people were awesome. Even though this trip was on a guided motorcoach tour, the next time we visit we’ll hopefully be renting a motorhome ourselves.
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