I’ve been in Scotland for long enough that you would think I would have the transport system mastered. Well, almost. I still managed to walk onto the wrong train the other day. Luckily, I was with friends, and what could be seen as a mistake suddenly became an adventure.
As my time here has gone on my focus has definitely shifted from the places to the people. I won’t forget the old city streets, panoramas of mountains, or any of the other stunning scenes I’ve seen. But I also won’t forget hours swapping music, countless cups of tea, or any of the unexpected experiences I’ve had with friends, old and new. My group of friends here in Stirling is beginning to disperse as we return home. For a while we’ve been in Scotland, but soon we’ll be everywhere from Pennsylvania to France to Sweden to Michigan to Korea, just to name a few. It would have been impossible to enjoy being in this beautiful place without the aid of such wonderful people.