Still trundling along…

T is for Taktsang, a place possibly on the ‘bucket list’ of every adventurous traveller. This Buddhist monastery is built clinging almost impossibly to the face of a sheer cliff in the mountains of Bhutan. As a site of pilgrimage, it was a privilege to be able to visit this iconic landmark. The climb up was a bit breathless (with the altitude) but the return trip down was a joy.

T is also for Taransaidh, a small island in the Outer Hebrides. Speaking of joy, I have very happy memories of a summer fiddle-camp that a few of us used to go to. Camping in the Hebrides, 24/7 fiddling instruction with some of the best fiddlers in the world, and the occasional dram. What’s not to like?

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