The Lodge at Edinbane
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... and church 2 loomed out of the undergrowth. Pic 14. By this time we were ready for the easy option and took the road back to the car. Readers will have to be satisfied with this long range view of the standing rock which I thought was our goal about an hour and a half ago. Pic 15. Then we drove over to Neist point to see the lighthouse and great views of the rugged coastline. Look closely to see waterfalls dropping straight into the see. Pics 16-18. The wind was ...
... of pinnacles, conical rocks and tree groves. Would be great fun for kids. Tried to see Dunvegan Castle, seat of the MacLeods, but it was shut for winter! Stopped for a conducted tour of the Talisker Distillery at Carbost, on the west coast, and learnt a lot. Met a guy who said he had seen a similar truck to ours there in June. Who was there, we wonder, before us? Left Skye via the Bridge of Skye and camped on a farm at Glenmoriston. Forecast to be below freezing but only down to ...
... na Ba (Pass of Fools or Pass of the Cattle, as you choose). This spectacular windy road rises to 640 metres, one of Britain's highest road passes. Beautiful in the sun, and a full rainbow over the mountains as we drove uphill. We are finding more and more things are closed for the winter - souvenir shops, coffee shops and camp sites for a start. Down to the coast again, and via Kyle of Lochalsh (Strait of ...
... there were tourists everywhere! We have had enough of crowds, so decided to give the boat a miss, and instead explore more of Skye by car. On the return to the island I pulled into a layby to take some photographs. I have found that it often only takes a few steps to get a different view or to remove things like cars, roads and people, so I crossed the road, while Lyndall took some photographs of an attractive house. This was about ...
... actually featured in the film Prometheus.
We then continue around the coast past the ruined castle of Duntulm and Flora MacDonalds Monument.(she helped Bonnie Prince Charles escape to the Isle of Skye.)
We didn't stop any where not even to take photo's. I think Mum is getting really good at taking photos out of the car!
We headed to Kyleakin where we spent the night at Saucy Mary's hostel.
Tomorrow we head to Loch Ness.