Tourists are ruining our idyllic island – they all have the same annoying habit

The residents of SKYE are nearing the end of their strength annoying tourists.

Natives about the Scots beauty Spot have pissed off tourists for their very annoying habit.

Skye residents have harshly criticized annoying tourists and their annoying habits


Skye residents have harshly criticized annoying tourists and their annoying habitsPhoto credit: Getty

The Inner Hebrides archipelago is famous for its stunning scenery, rugged coastline and fairytale lakes.

And it’s no surprise that there are more than half a million traveler flock to the Highlands in droves every year.

However, the angry residents of Skye have pointed out one thing that is driving them mad.

And said laid-back holidaymakers often travel at a snail’s pace to enjoy the breathtaking sights.

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One wrote: “It would be better if they stayed on the right side of the road than meandering and taking in the scenery.”

“Two mobile homes sighted this morning “bleed” theirs Waste Liquids – disgusting!”

Another added: “Sometimes it feels like that to me mobbing But a few headlight flashes and beeps aren’t meant to be aggressive, we just have no other way to slow down driver know we are there and they need to stop.

“Most of us are far from hospitals and emergency services so sometimes we really don’t have time to be stuck.

“I am in a hurry marine wildlife Missions that are time-sensitive.

“I stayed behind on my way to a whale incident last week driver Drive at 24 km/h on a road at 60 km/h.

“You never know why someone needs to come by, but often it’s for a real reason, whether it’s a ferry, a health appointment, or whatever.”

While a third commented: “It’s just common sense and decency.”

“The problem is that some are so self-absorbed that they just can’t understand the concept of giving in faster.” Traffic.”

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Russell Falcon

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