From the aspawational Cairngorms to the extrapawdinary highlands.
On rufflection, my second week in Scotland was the most pawfect week ever.
Of all my magical travel memories - one that pawticularly stands out is when I became the Mountain King in spectacular style.
We were hoping to camp in the Sierras de Cazorla in Andalucia - Spain’s largest national pawtected park and the second largest in Europe which stretches over 2,000 kilometres.
As every furiend knows, the Lake District is a doggy heaven with extra-paw-dinary smells and sights.
My pawrents took my grandpawrent away for the weekend - we drove from Yorkshire to the Wirral - one of my favourite coastlines - then to Bowness in the Lakes. A long and pawring journey but worth it!
With so many visitors descending on the lakes every summer, getting lunch can be disa-paw-nting if left too late. They ordered mouth watering fish ‘n’ chips at the Boathouse Bar and Restaurant in Bowness - saving some chips for yours truly! (had to work pawticularly hard for them!).