I've been to Scotland a number of times - to Edinburgh and Glasgow, but my most memorable trip was a drive up the west coast, and then across the north coast to John O'Groats.
My first stop was Oban, a beautiful town sitting on the Firth of Lorn. Then a stop off at Fort William to see if I could see Ben Nevis. A ferry ride from Mallaig took me on a day trip to Skye - where the weather wasn't that clement! After that a long haul via the Kyle of Lochalsh up to Ullapool - to a lovely pub/hotel on the harbour - with fresh fish, good drink, and good music!
Another good evening was spent in a remote B&B near Tongue, run by a Dutch lady and I had the best desert I've ever eaten - it had many layers, and a high alcohol content!
Most people think that the most northerly point in mainland Scotland is John O'Groats, but it is in fact at Dunnet Head a few miles west of John O'Groats.
My latest trip to Scotland was to do a mountain climb as part of a Red Letter Day I was given! It's something that I'd never do normally, but I had a great time and I managed to 'bag' a Munro!