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... which I thought suitable. In the glen there was a circular labyrinth in the grass, marked with stones and after following the path to the centre, we each placed our gift with others. Coins, the odd chap stick, hair clips, were some of the gifts left. It was a magical spot. We had lunch in the lovely village of Portree, a small sea port. We got back to Plockton about 5. Cheryl and I had decided to buy a ...
... feel bigger, it makes the mind feel lighter along the way. It also has the added benefit of boosting the coffers. So, one week to get the house sorted out, room by room, and then one weekend for the final preparations. Thought for the day: I have always considered energy, gravity and time to be the chief components working towards entropy. I was wrong. It's all about ...
... stunning island.
So a few words to describe what we saw? High mountains skirted by lochs (which were quite clear in spots - a green blue I would say in fine weather. Lovely rocks of black browns tans and white, lots of sea weeds and kelp adding to colour and texture. Many rocky and boulder lined small to average waterfalls and streams that cascade and wind down the hills and mountains filling larger streams that feed the lochs. The ...
... a bus to Broadford, another town further along the island, where we'd booked 3 nights at a hostel. We finally found out that we had yet another hour or so to wait for the bus, so we went for a wander, had an ice-cream, and started chatting to a youngish American girl who was also waiting for the bus to go to the hostel. We've discovered that when you don't have a car, you can't be in hurry – you just ...
Portree a delightful harbour and largest town on the Isle of Skye proved a great base for exploring. We took a bus to Staffin (NE Skye) where we followed a trail along the coast. Here if you know what to look for are the remains of an Iron Age chambered cairn and fossilized dinosaur footprints. Alas we didn't find these but did enjoy magnificent views of the Trotternish Ridge, Staffin Island and the Sound of Raasay. In the afternoon ...