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... grass covered hills. It was easy to feel the invigorating and peaceful energy of the place. We caught the 2:30 ferry back to Mull and Ross drove us via the scenic route to Tobermory. Now a small fishing village, it had been a very active military port in the past and it is said that 3 Spanish galleons went down in the harbour during the Spanish Armada. We walked around the town and had a wee swallow at ...
... tiredness manifested itself in the slow trudge up the steep path out of the Kinlochleven valley. Jez and Alasdair were noticeably slower that morning in the ascent as I could actually keep up with them. The early morning bright sunshine was not helping at all. Neither was the presence of Kinlochleven toddlers skipping up the path. That being said, the views from the top of the vallery looking back at Kinlochleven were stunning. All the other hikers we passed, and passed us, were in ...
... people sat in our place and refusing to budge. A quick word from the train guard and these cheeky OAPs were moved on.
We sat down and relaxed.
My plan to take pictures of the view on the way back was somewhat ruined by the fact that there was no view for most of it, the rain followed us all the way.
I did, however, get a shot or two of the train going back over the viaduct at Glenfinnan, so it was worth it in the end.
After alighting at Fort William, ...
... view of the downhill track and some of the jumps. They looked pretty fearsome. For some footage of someone far better at mountain biking than me doing the downhill run, check out this link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4eYJmBL7 6L8
We also drove to see the famous (so Aranaea tells me) "Harry Potter" train at Glenfinnan. Only the Harry Potter people will understand the photo (note - I am not included in these people)
The Trossachs and ...
... the Ring of Kerry and Cliffs of Moher look almost like an afterthought.
Although not terribly high, the mountains jostle around you on all four sides as the road passes like a speeding river inbetween them.
And unlike the Ring of Kerry, the mountains of which you can only view at a distance, these peaks tumble down to the very road so that if feels like you're actually experiencing them rather than just simply looking at them. Not since Switzerland have I been ...