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The Calanais Standing Stones are a tough act to follow, but the Isle of Harris captured our imaginations with it's otherworldly feel! Our first stop on Harris was a lookout point used by Bonnie Prince Charlie when he was hiding after the unsuccessful Jacobite Uprising attempting to restore him to power as the rightful heir to the throne. From the misty mountains, the sense of isolation is strong and the view somewhat eerie, ...
... up early the next day to take some pictures of the shop fronts in the early morning sun. With the rai starting we headed back to the warmth of our digs for the night.
Off to Inveraray from Dunoon
60km + easy going not too many hills but tight roads in places brilliant scenery heading up Loch Eck and then Loch Fyne.
We had a couple of stops to take pictures of highland cows though they were too far away for ...
... So, the outlook is now unsullied!
The household is run by Anie, a flat-coated retriever sporting a lovely line in crimped and slightly streaked coat on her ears. She specialises in posing for noble portraits, has a penchant for broccoli stems, and seeks attention by appearing with an oven ...
A large castle perched on the Aryshire coast and surrounded by extensive woodlands and gardens. We did the full tourist tour thing and it was well worth it, particularly because one of the guides was the spitting ...
... on business, so it was a revelation. Much nicer than expected. Nice little towns, good beaches, plenty to do.
We drove round the whole island over the course of three nights, four days, and it was all good. Lots of farm shops, and shops in the mifddle of nowhere selling really nice knitwear.
there is a West Island Way, a walk which runs up the spine of the island, and ...
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