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I love sleep. Like, I’m a zombie if I don’t get my 8 hours. I just can’t shake that groggy feeling you get when you’re overly tired. (Screw you, jet lag.)
Another thing I love is travel. Flying across oceans, exploring new cities, trying new foods. Crossing time zones makes it pretty much impossible to reconcile sleep and travel. Can’t a girl see the world while being well rested?!
Thankfully, I have picked up a few tips and tricks to help me sleep on planes and beat jet lag once I land.
I love planning trips probably as much as I love traveling on them.
I love knowing what is nearby, what pictures I want to take, and, most importantly, where I’m going to eat. I know I’ve talked about this in a few previous posts (here and here), but I like to think I have trip planning down to a science.
I’m really not surprised that I loved every minute of my time in Scotland. After my charming visit to Edinburgh, I was excited to see what this first-timer’s visit to Glasgow and the Highlands had in store. I think what surprised me the most is how easy it is to see so much of the country. After arriving in Glasgow, we explored the city for the day and then head out to the Loch Lomond and the Highlands the next morning. It was all a very easy day trip, made especially easy by our tour guide, Andy, and her Mini Kilt Tours.