I am just finishing the book The Scent Trail by Celia Lyttelton (great review here) and have enjoyed it very much. When I was in Tobermory, Isle of Mull, I bought a beautiful bath salt mixture with the bright, refreshing scent of heather. After visiting Jerusalem, it was the deep, dark scents of the souk (earthy and spicy) that I now recall most. When on Martha's Vineyard, it is the smell of the sea that says I'm home. Lyttelton travels the globe finding her favorite scents and then composes them into her own signature perfume. Not all of us are able to do that; but, we can all read about her travels and imagine the beauty of both the places and the aromas. If you recall memories most through scent (as I do), I highly recommend Lyttelton's book. (photos depict heather and deep, aromatic woods ... both in Scotland).