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... a few times for photos and to visit Eileen Doonan Castle and to see the tallest peak in the UK, Ben Nevis.
Then we were on our way to the sea side town of Oban.
We danced the night away at a Traditional Scottish dance house and it was amazing, so so sweaty and my feet were in so much pain after but it was awesome.
Then it was off to sleep.
... was very uneven and super spongy. I was almost expecting to fall through a grave at each step.
We traveled further up the road to Dunvegan Castle which has been the home of the McLeod clan for over 800 years. It is set in a beautiful garden so we wandered around there for about an hour as well.
After stopping off at the oldest bakery on Skyke for a cuppa and a scone, we made our way further north through Uig ...
... Tomorrow is Glasgow. we have 2 nights there before we fly to Amsterdam. I have attached a couple of photos of Loch Carron, which we drove beside on the way to Skye from John O'Groats and then up to a vantage point which was absolutely breathtaking. There are too many photos to send but I think these will give you a flavour for the rugged beauty of the landscape. As for the flavours from our feast tonight - they too are memorable. Our love to you all, Evelyn/Lyn/Evie and ...
... Mountains in the Lochaber area of the Scottish Highlands, close to the town of Fort William.
We have a slight accident here - Graeme and I decide to have our photo taken by one of our coach buddies and he climbs up on the ledge and I give him my hand to climb up also. I have one foot up and have pulled myself up and he loses my grip and down I go with a very painful thump! No broken bones but I have a lovely black bruised hip!
We head on into Fort ...
... on the tombstones were very eloquent and it was a wonderful setting. Helen then took us to a broch. Dave and I had no idea what this was, so we were intrigued after she told us what it was. Dun Beag is a broch, one of around five hundred to be found across mainly the north and west of Scotland. Brochs were built in the last centuries BC and the first centuries AD. So, they're older than castles. We walked up a fairly steep hill in some pretty dramatic winds, ...