Travel Blogs from Portree
... it though. I had a baked potatoe with Scottish cheese, a salad and British Coronation chicken on top. The chicken was a mixture of mustard, watercress, curry, raisins and some other things. Over all it was interesting, but good. The town was very small and we had two hours to walk around. Two hours is almost too long. We are I. The way back now and I am not sure what we'll get into later. Probably sandwiches for dinner and an early night. Tomorrow we are heading to Inverness by bus! Can't ...
... relatively dry few weeks the two larger rivers (2-3 metres across) were both low enough to be able to cross by scrambling over on boulders. The main obstacle on this bit was an area of low scrubby birch woodland. There did seem a way through; it must have been a deer track. However I encountered several parts where the deer were clearly more compact than a tall man with a rucksack - and my machete was back in its drawer at home. Down by the sea, ...
... of us is. We blend into one hill. Can hide between rocks. So how have we done so much to this earth? Can't we just leave the hills alone?
We took some great photos (or each other rather than of birds) and then we went for lunch.
And I took a photo of Johanna eating her first EVER Fish'n'Chips. What the heck.
After that she went on a walk, and ...
... Then we went to a different café/bar and booked various tickets.
Heather left then as she was moving on, and I stayed there until it was time for me to eat my tin of baked beans and go to music night number 2! Hector McFayden and band was truly wonderful...I'm sure I've seen them before though.
Dad? Have I?
... nice to hear some good Scottish music. I am not using my phone for music lately as it takes too much charge so I haven't heard music since I left Inverness.
After a wonderful night of music, I managed to even get a lift back to the campsite with a couple who were staying up there.
It was so windy and rainy when I got up but given the good music, it was worth it.