We’ve been extremely lucky with the weather in Scotland these past few days. ☀️ We’ve had sunshine and warm temperatures, which almost feels like we’re not getting a true Scottish experience.
We’re not complaining, of course 😉
How much does the weather affect your experience in a place?
Glasgow did not disappoint! We only spent the day there, but we felt like we got a really good sense of the city!
We found amazing vegan food and people were incredibly friendly!
We’ve been really loving Scotland so far and we can’t wait to explore more!
Are there any iconically Scottish things we should do while we’re here? 🏴 #lezseetheworld
Woke up this morning and it was all cloudy but this afternoon it cleared up and turned into an awesome day. Stopped for a moment on my way home to explore a park I haven’t visited before. This is Cuningar Loop, a small wooded park filled with pretty cool things to do. I think I’ll definitely have to go back again soon to check out the rest of the park ✌🏻#cuningarloop#glasgow#glasgowlife#scotland
Visited Rouken Glen park and waterfall at the beginning of May. I love exploring Scotland's nature, it reminds me of my home country, Bulgaria, though with colder climate in the summer. I was actually wearing a jacket which I've removed just for the photo! 😅
This remarkable terra cotta structure is reputedly the largest of its kind in the world and was produced by Doulton & Co for the Glasgow Exhibition of 1888 at Kelvingrove Park. All of the work was hand-crafted to demonstrate the company's skill, but it was not originally intended to serve as a functioning fountain. It was gifted to the city by Sir Henry Doulton following the Exhibition and located in Glasgow Green in 1890. #Glasgow#Scotland#visitglasgow#visitscotland#insta_scotland