Okay, I admit it. I’m a bad travel blogger. My skills to put one place a.k.a country in one post just don’t exist. I guess I’m an OCD person and need to have everything in order, haha. And for me, it’s the easiest way to make a post for everything I did. So here we go about another thing I’ve done in Scotland. I climbed the 264 steps up onto the Wallace Monument in Stirling. It looked pretty impressive. You can already see it from the road. On the other side of Stirling is a castle which you can see perfectly from the road too. And of course, from the monument. At the bottom of the monument, there was no wind at all. But on the roof, it was windy as hell. I could almost lean myself against the wind. But the few was amazing. We could see at the castle, the town, the streets, the highlands and at the famous bridge. The bridge where the battle between Scotland and England took place. At home in the evening, we watched Braveheart. So I know now way more about this battle, William Wallace and the history of Scotland. Back then the fought for their independence. And now they are doing it again.