On Friday 10th August, Ted, Ellie, our friends and family and me went on a large Campervan Holiday (or so we called it). We drove up to Scotland in the Campervan, stopping occasionally for food and water. We went on loads of exhausting walks, up rocky hills, climbing up rocky cliffs, visiting beautiful beaches and waterfalls, I’ve forgotten their names by now, but it was great, and we visited some famous landscapes such as the Old Man of Storr, and (according to Ellie this was a famous landscape too) The Hebridean Alpaca Shop, from which Ellie definitely had to buy these adorable fuzzy socks that had pictures of alpacas on them. We stayed at various campsites in the night (some were also known as Travelodge because they had clean beds and we were exhausted after all the packing, let alone the walking). My favourite parts were scaling a rocky mountain during torrents of rain, and playing in the Fairy Valley (another apparently famous landscape). It was actually called the Fairy Glen, but the map was actually not extremely accurate and it looked more like a valley so I decided to call it that. Ellie was constantly peering over the edge of the little dome shaped hills and making up magical fairy stories. Me and Ted were seeing who could climb and slide down the muddy, grassy hills the fastest, until we got bored and started launching mud balls at Ellie with our makeshift catapults (my elastic bands, and some twigs) while our parents were busy admiring the views. Eventually, Ellie felt too fed up so we all joined our friends Zoe the Zebra and Berry (she’s written her own posts before) make rock towers like so many other had already. Ted made sure ours was the best. Just before we left, everyone had a go at sliding down the highest of the grassy hills, and everyone really enjoyed it, even Ellie, who is terrified of heights! At the end, we (Me, Ted and Ellie) made a scrapbook for Zoe and Berry using the pictures we took during the holidays. Some pictures are on display in the Photo Page. All in all, most bits were brilliant, and I really hope we can go there again.