The Scottish coast is lined with small villages like Pennan, which are just sat perfectly with their single row of coloured homes, and their small harbour, and they usually only have a single track road into them down what feels like the steepest hill know to man. But Pennan has a very famous red phone box in the heart of the village, which film enthusiasts travel from all over the world to make a phone call from, as Pennan was one of the main locations in the 1980's film Local Hero.Read More
With summer well and truly over, and darkness creeping in earlier and earlier every day, it doesn't leave much time for exploring by the time work finishes, but last night we made it a little bit north to Collieston, a small former fishing village in between Newburgh and Cruden Bay.
Parking the car just a little bit away from the tight harbour area, we headed up and over a steep hill with even steeper steps which probably weren't made with having to carry a dog up them in mind, since her legs are too small too get up.
Heading along the coast, and taking in the views of the coastline, we didn't manage to get very far since the sun started setting though... hopefully we can get back and maybe find somewhere to park the car a little further up the coast to explore!