I always wake up feeling that overly incredible energy of young souls. You see how these young peeps of 2017 are all full of life? Take Lil Yatchy for instance, ahahah. And now that I mentioned Lil Yatchy, let me use his smash single of 2017, Peek-A-Boo. I hope it helps to ring the bell of “Now you see me! Now you don’t!” That practically describes my first morning hour. And by Peek-A-Boo I don’t mean that I spend the first hour of my morning playing games with my imaginary nephews and nieces. No. I am practically trying to describe my surfing behavior. I could go through a thousand and one websites in that short hour. Now that I have said it I realize that I might be exaggerating a little. However, you get the idea – I scheme through as many websites as I can. Not only to know what Lil Yatchy did when I was sleeping, although it has to be one of the things I look for, but also trying to see if there is any possibility of World War III, or if Theresa May is changing her name to June, or Beyonce is in labor already, and such.
Anyway, today I happened to land on a website after following a link that promised me that I would find, in the website’s actual words, “The Most Drop-Dead Gorgeous Train Rides in Europe.” And oh boy …or girl [just in case], I am still admiring the first image that fell on my eyes, excluding the header image of course. For y’all who might think that I am exaggerating again, just look at the image below and ‘see for yourself.’
Image Credit: Thrillist
Well, if you are a Harry Potter fan you might have seen it already. The Jacobite train connects Mallaig and Fort William, in Scotland. I thought that I would like to visit Scotland one day to try my luck in meeting The Loch Ness Monster. However, now I want to visit Scotland to take a ride in the Jacobite. I mean, I am talking of that real world Harry Potter experience as The Jacobite snakes through farm houses, villages, and castles that are way older that Shakespeare’s great-great-great-grand uncle! 42 miles of such beautiful scenery that can only be experienced in Scotland is worth more than the $45 ticket needed to take The Jacobite from Mallaig to Fort William for that thrilling Harry Potter experience. I think that is exactly what I need to overcome my Lil Yatchy obsession. Peek-A-Boo!