The best worst hol­i­day you’ll have

The Sunday Post (Dundee) - - Opinion -

It has be­come cool. Those of older gen­er­a­tions re­mem­ber shiv­er­ing days, eat­ing luke­warm baked beans, look­ing out the win­dow to rain­lashed patches of grass in a place that could be re­ferred to as “turn left after you reach the back of be­yond”.

Their fa­ther would be telling them, in a mildly threat­en­ing way: “You’re hav­ing a great time. Aren’t you.”

But then, some­how, we also all re­mem­ber play­ing in rock pools on a beach as the sun warmed our backs, and toast­ing marsh­mal­lows round a bon­fire be­neath a sky of a mil­lion stars.

Ev­ery­one de­serves those ex­pe­ri­ences. It’s what makes you who you are.

There is no bet­ter way to hol­i­day than see­ing parts of Scot­land you’ve never seen be­fore – it is, after all, the most beau­ti­ful coun­try on earth.

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