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... cars on the road at that hour
the single track didn’t cause me as much of a slowdown as during the day. I
made it from John O’ Groats to Durness in 2 hours 13 minutes. The hostel was
very rustic and set out in the countryside on bluffs above the North Atlantic a
short walk from Smoo Cave, a cave set in a cove with a stream from the
mountains flowing through it that’s one of the major attractions in the area.
As best I could tell the hostel didn’t ...
... for the first light rays to hit the castle. I messed around with glassy like reflections, watching the deer eating the grass around me and the light hit the mountains. After waiting all that time to sun finally hit. Yes! The light hitting the castle and island perfectly while,leaving the mountains in the distance darker. The reflections weren't perfect but I thought it ...
... a mean 20 MPH at best. Once we were forced partly off the road by a car pulling a caravan (camping trailer) at speeds at least twice the safe rate and hogging the whole road. Luckily, my policy of not murdering other drivers was in effect, though I revised it to merely a guideline as we went along. Once a man and woman in a dinky Fiat continued to come steadily at us, though it was evident that A) we had the right of way, B) they were the ones who ...
... cathedral as well as a sort of outdoor covered mall. All in all I really liked the feel of Carlisle and would love to go back and see some more of it. The people were friendly and while it was a bigger city it didn't seem to have *******ized it's history for the sake of modern trends (*cough* Looking at you Glasgow *cough). We popped back into the car and drive another few hours North to Inverness in Scotland to spend the next night.
... to the Black Water Falls running under the Old Silver Bridge. Very spooky in the misty weather!
One of the most dramatic sights of the day was Corrieshalloch Gorge. Corrieshalloch means "ugly hollow" in Gaelic, but there was nothing but natural beauty all around! This tree-lined chasm was formed about 2.5 million years ago by Ice Age glacial meltwater. The River Droma runs through the gorge, dropping about 330 feet ...