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... a tea (my payment for using a wee bit of the wifi).
When I was sat there, I met a lovely couple from Denmark. Often when people come from a country I have been to I ask where in that country, so if I have been there I can talk about it with them. (Or if I haven't so I can add it to my list).
I asked, and I got in reply 'oh you won't know it, it's called Aarhus'.
Morning starts with a wonderful breakfast that Tania has made for us again. We ask how Her husband Stuart is and she tells us he has just gotten home. Stuart pops his head in the dinning room and tells us about his night. Apparently it took a long time to find the injured man. When they did , they found he had multiple broken bones . Femar to name one. . Ouch. They had to carry him out walking as helicopters could not fly in such bad ...
... English is experiencing a “heat wave level 3” – what that means, I have yet to discover but we’ve had fun speculating. (I hadn’t realised how much I missed the smartphone until I don’t have it – I keep reaching into my pocket to discover what a heatwave level 3 is, and find I have no coverage.)
Also later: I have just looked it up. Apparently it means that you should "take steps to keep cool" because, apparently, "extreme ...
... After a sunny morning we got hit by several showers, so spent some time looking round the Portree craft market. Eventually, tiring of that we hit the road north towards the Trottenish ridge and the world famous Old Man of Storr pinnacle. Joining all the other cars in the car park at the bottom, I girded my loins and hoisted my camera rucksack and tripod and set off up the steep track through the woods. Well that turned out to be not a ...
So here we are. Portree is a delightful seaside town and our b and b a short walk around the bay. We enjoyed a good nights sleep with windows open to the original walled Cuilln Castle garden, now backyards for a few houses including this one. With advice from fellow travellers we plotted a day of drive/walks to Uig, around the peninsula taking in the Museum of island life, the Quirang and returning via Staffin and Valtos, taking in the Old Man of Storr. It was the ...