Scotland has always been on my bucket list of places to visit, and I finally got the chance to go there last month. My trip was full of adventure, exploration, and learning. I participated in a Master Class for Laser Tattoo Removal in Glasgow to better serve my clients, and then I embarked on a journey through the Scottish Highlands.
The Master Class in Glasgow was an incredible experience. It was a great opportunity to learn from some of the best professionals in the field and to improve my skills. I met other tattoo removal specialists from around the world, and we shared our experiences and techniques. I feel more confident in my abilities and excited to bring new insights to my clients.
After the Master Class, I decided to start my vacation by taking a tour of the Wellington and Kelvin museums of Glasgow. The museums were fascinating, and I learned a lot about the history and culture of Scotland. The next day, I leaned to drive on the “wrong” side of the road up to the Scottish Highlands.
As I drove through the Highlands, I was struck by the beauty of the landscapes. The rolling hills, the vast lochs, and the quaint villages were all breathtaking. I arrived in Fort William, a small town nestled in the heart of the Highlands. There, I saw beautiful pedestrian markets and pubs, and I tried haggis for the first time. It was surprisingly delicious!
The following day, I went snow skiing at Nevis Range. I hadn’t been snow skiing since I was 16, so it took some time to adapt. Also, the slopes were steeper than I was conditioned for, so I left early before my legs gave out. However, the experience was exhilarating, and I was grateful for the opportunity to ski in such a beautiful location.
After skiing, I went to tour the Glenfinnan viaduct and had it all to myself. It was surreal to stand in the same spot where the Hogwarts Express made its journey in the Harry Potter films. I then spent the rest of my time exploring the beauty of the lochs, including Ness. I stayed in hostels each night so I could save money for experiences and enjoy scotch whisky and haggis. There was no shortage of fish & chips, craft brews, and friendly people.
I also enjoyed the small-town nightlife of Inverness and the Clava Cairns. The Cairns are ancient burial sites that date back to the Bronze Age, and they were truly awe-inspiring. Finally, I made my way to the Royal Mile of Edinburgh, where I saw the beautiful Edinburgh Castle and the city’s many historic landmarks.
Overall, my trip to Scotland was an unforgettable adventure. I learned a lot about tattoo removal, explored the stunning landscapes of the Scottish Highlands, and experienced the warmth and hospitality of the Scottish people. I can’t wait to go back and explore more of this beautiful country.