38 Reasons To Take The Scottish Highlands Off Your Bucket List
Seriously, just stay away.
The weather is terrible.
The waters are lifeless and tame.
The architecture tends to be hit or miss.
And what little there is hasn't lasted through the ages.
Wildlife? Not in the Highlands.
No, there are certainly no interesting animals to see here.
You want a 300-year-old bridge? Dream on.
Don't expect to find anything of cultural significance.
Or any charismatic cityscapes.
The villages are bland.
And the locals leave a lot to be desired.
There's nowhere for book lovers to go.
And the local sports are questionable too.
There are no remote, unusual museums.
Or world class culture and arts centres.
And if you're after a remote cafe that's also a music venue and gallery, you won't find one here.
The local music venues are drab, and characterless.
If you're partial to a dram, you should definitely steer clear.
There's nothing good to eat, either.
Don't expect to find enchanting caves around here.
Or incredibly unique geological formations to explore.
You won't encounter anything of world box office fame.
Opportunities to explore charming dwellings? Nah.
There's not a single one.
Unique dress wear and traditions?
Let's just say the outdoor facilities are lacklustre.
It's certainly no place for thrilling outdoor pursuits.
There are no incredible views or unique vantage points.
No coastline or seascapes to admire.
Were you expecting a romantic landscape? Keep looking.
Ancient, iconic landscapes? Not quite.
Tropical style, untainted beaches? Dream on.
There's just nothing good to see here.
It's a dull, dreich area.
In fact, it's pretty tiresome to look at.
In short, you should never, ever visit.
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