Kenmore, Scotland: A Photo Diary

Tuesday, 17 May 2016

My dad always said I would return but I didn’t think it would be a mere 4 years later. The last time I was in Kenmore (a tiny Scottish village that requires a lot of careful driving on frighteningly narrow, twisting roads to get to) I was surrounded by a lot of family as it was my dad’s 50th birthday. This time around, I went with just my other half after a spur of the moment decision.

Kenmore Hotel

This is a view of the Kenmore Hotel from the bridge. We managed to book the last room available at the hotel. There’s probably a reason as to why it was the last room as it was extremely tired looking. I felt like I was at Grandma’s house!

Kenmore Bridge

We went out after dinner and ended up crawling under this bridge. Trying to waddle under a low bridge in high heels is no easy task.

River Tay

We went for a walk along the River Tay and ended up on a path we wouldn't have found had a person and their dog not disappeared down it. I was originally trying to show my other half the dangerous bridge my dad decided to wander across (despite signs telling him not to) the last time we were there. We never made it to that bridge.

Kenmore Memorial

I'm not 100% sure if this a war memorial or not but you can get inside it and climb up to the ledge. The stairs are so steep my little legs could barely handle them.

River Tay

Another shot taken after crawling under the bridge. I was hoping for some intense sunset colours but sadly, it was all rather soft. It's still pretty so I'll let nature off the hook.

Kenmore

This was an accidental picture. I can't even remember what I was trying to do but this somehow became the outcome.

River Tay

The first photo of the day! We were having a picnic like the cute people we are.

Despite the fact we were only there for 24 hours and there wasn’t much to do, my other half and I had an amazing time. Kenmore is such a beautiful place and I’m rather glad we somehow ended up there. I can return next weekend right?

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