Is it weird for me to feel as if I traveled after closely combing though the Scottish East Coast on Google Maps? I found two separate castles and some scary cliffs, and the landscapes were full of green, rolling hills. Google Maps is pretty much the closest equivalent to visiting a place, right? Last month I ventured into Tokyo and I already felt like comitting sepukku. That city is cramped and feels endless with all it's concrete apartments and without many trees in sight.
Well, after an hour of "traveling" through Scotland I'm suffering jetlag!
Just kidding, yeah.