Here I am again guys. It is high time I reported about my newest adventures. After a great amount of time in India, I decided to leave it behind because I missed oldie Europe for some reason. As a result, I ended up in Scotland. I have always been fascinated by the beauty of this country and I am here to experience it all. I took a long and tiring excursion from Fort William to Foyers on the shore of lake Loch Ness. On the way I made friends with some Dutch hikers and we enjoyed watching a breathtaking landscape from Suidhe Viewpoint. By nightfall we made it to Foyers and checked in to The Craigdarroch Inn. It isn't a five-star luxury hotel but who cares when it comes to great programmes with friends who are really in the game. As we were starving, we wanted to gobble local specialities. Personally, I ate partan bree, which is a traditional Scottish soup made with crab and rice. For the main course I had collops which said to originate from the Viking times and is minced beef combined with a lot of pepper and they serve it with mashed potato. In order to try some local spirit, I ordered a glass of Drambuie, which is a sort of liqueur and...hell it was crazy-sweet. I gave it away to one of the Dutch. When you go hiking with a group of people, you usually share your homemade food and drinks with your fellow hikers. I carried a liter of plum brandy so I gave the Dutch one shot each. None of them could swallow a single sip. Then they offered me their homemade cookie. They said I should take only one piece but I loved the taste so much, I had seven. Since they refused my plum brandy I drank a great load of that too. And then it happened..I saw the Loch Ness monster! The whole memory feels so confused but I remember I wanted to breathe some fresh air so I walked out to the shore but then I heard a sizzling, grunting noise from the lake and there it was! The 1500 years-old legend emerged from the lake and looked straight down at me. It was an incredible experience! Fortunately, I could take a sefie. Otherwise you wouldn't believe me.