When we started going back to Mull it was again raining like crazy. On the way back we were tired and cold, we only stopped few times to take some photos of the lambs and let the dog out.

Scotland has the cutest lambs ever, there are more of them than people.

We still had one night left on the Isle of Mull, we stayed close to Tobermory.

Tobermory has loads of little cafes and they were adorable. But we were only looking for a seafood place. That was one of the reasons we went there, to get some good and fresh seafood. On Iona, we asked the locals, where is the best place and we got recommended many times, that we should go to Cafe Fish, which was in Tobermory. We managed to get a reservation for the evening.

On the way to Tobermory, we saw several shipwrecks close to the score. We had to take photos over there. Decided to do that before the dinner. Again it was raining, me on barefoot, all dressed up and ready to shoot. Even managed to slip on the way back to the car when we finished. But so worth it.

Finally, we went to get some seafood, the place was empty and we were the only ones there, but the food… hadn’t had something that delicious in a long time. Later they told us that we were lucky and were the first customers of the season. Win win.


















I have been traveling around Scotland before, but that place amazes me every time.

The landscape over there is breathtaking. Even if it’s rainy and super windy, I still love every bit of it.

From Stirling, we drove up to Oban and had a ferry to the Isle of Mull. Thankfully we manage to get on the Mull when it stopped raining. We drove between the mountains for a bit until we just had to stop and take our cameras out.

We were recommended to drive down to the beach and on the way, we spotted the most random red telephone booth just next to the waterfall, which was one of the coolest things I’ve seen.

From there we still had about an hour drive to Iona. We had to take another ferry, but because the island is so small, we couldn’t take the car. We packed up everything we needed and got on the ferry. It only took 15 minutes to get there.

We got there about 4 o’clock and all the shops and cafes were already closed. Luckily, on the Mull we bought ourselves some chips, prosecco and biscuits. And that was our dinner that night. We survived and now we can just laugh about it.

All we wanted to do anyways was just explore the island and went straight out before it got dark.

You can also check out my aunt’s blog Eneka Stewart Photography.

Ma olen  Šotimaal ka varem reisinud, kuid see koht suudab ming endiselt iga kord hämmastada.

Šotimaa maastik on lihtsalt võrratu, isegi kui enamik aega sajab ja on tugev tuul.

Stirlingust me sõitsime Obanisse, kus me pidime minema praami peale, et saada Mull saarele. Olime õnnega koos, et jõudsime kohale täpselt siis, kui vihm oli järgi jäänud. Sõidsime mitmete mägede vahel kuniks lihtsalt pidime autost välja astuma ja pildistama seda, mis oli meie ümber.

Enne reisi soovitati meil sõita mere äärde, kus pidi kaunis olema. Tee sinna oli kohutav, mitmel korral arvasin, et mõned sillad ei pea seda auto raskust vastu. Poole tee peal avastasime punase telefoniputka kose kõrval, mis sai koheselt minu üheks lemmik kohaks, mida nägin.

Sealt edasi oli meil veel tunni ajane sõit ees. Meid ootas ees veel üks praami sõit, aga Iona saarele inimesi autoga ei lubata, kuna see on lihtsalt liialt väike. Nii siis pakkisime kogu vajaliku kottidesse ja astusime praamile, sõit ise oli ainult 15 minutit pikk.

Jõudsime Ionale täpselt peale kella 16. Siis kui kõik poed ja kohvikud olid suletud. Õnneks olime eelnevalt Mull saarelt ostnud endale krõpsu, proseccot ja küpsiseid. Tuli välja, et sellel õhtul oligi see meie õhtusöök. Elasime selle õhtu üle väikese krõpsu dieediga ja nüüd saame selle õhtu üle naerda.

Jõudsime siiski enne pimedat kohale ja läksime saart avastama.












Eneka Stewart Photography



My 3-weeks UK vacation passed by so fast. Still feels like I was there yesterday.

When I first planned my trip I was supposed to stay in Spain for 3 months, but it happened that before Spain I ended up in the UK.

Thanks to my best aunt, I had the most wonderful time ever. I love staying at their place and spending time with them and they just have the most comfortable guest bed ever.

This time my auntie, Eneka, had planned us a trip to Scotland. Just two of us and her dog Scrum (#Scrumthedog).

Our week started with a day-long road trip to our first destination Stirling. 7 hours and 388 miles later we arrived at West Plean House. The most authentic Scottish home ever.

After our long drive, we only had the energy for a walk and a dinner.

The day after we went to discover Stirling’s old town. We visited the Wallace Monument and had a lunch at Sable & Flea.

Suddenly, when we walked out of the cafe we got some sun and we immediately took the opportunity to take some photos. It was crazy wind all day, but we still managed to get some pretty good pics.

You can also check out my aunt’s blog post about Stirling to see more photos.

Photos by Eneka Stewart Photography


Eneka Stewart Photography



Have you ever felt like you’re just slowly dying from inside out? And there’s nothing you can do about it.

Until suddenly there comes the day when everything changes and you feel free from the bargain you were carrying.

But on that day you have to ask yourself, are you really ready to step out of the comfort zone?

I know I wasn’t. I had the right mindset at the wrong time.

My day was exactly two years ago. The day I stopped physically dying. I got a new chance at living and when everyone else around my hospital bed was crying I was the one who kept making jokes and smiling. My weak body made my spirit stronger.

Everything inside me changed, but my life stayed the same, I got well, went back to school and again went with the flow. Even I’m impressed that I was fine for two years. I did try looking for new ways to study abroad or at least charge something.

Until now, which brings me to the point why I suddenly left my hometown and home. Quit school and started working on the things that are really important to me. And now I’m wondering around the world, doing the things I love and being the person I really want to be.

So, thank you, mamma, for sitting on my bed that morning and saying: “There are only two ways to live your life, SHINE OR DIE.”