Glengarry Castle Hotel
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... divine revelation, I will send some pix.
Will try and do some blogging tomorrow and may be able to put a few pictures on Facebook. If you're not friends with me on Fb and want to be, send me a request!
Hope everyone is doing well and I will see many of you in September,
Love and blessings,
... on with cagoule and waterproof trousers was repeated.
The road was fairly well inhabited with a few farms and holiday dwellings. Traffic was quite busy and as the road was flooded in places I had to step on to the verge fairly often.
After 10 miles I joined the main A830 turning eastwards along the north side of Loch Eil. This was a much busier road with a steady flow of oncoming traffic. It was 8 miles until I reached Corpach. Here I joined ...
We have been given what is apparently a very rare day in Skye, full sunshine and the colour of the lochs are just gorgeous. I am running our of superlatives. We left Portree and headed up the northern peninsula of the island. On the way we passed the Old Man of Storr, large pointed up thrusts of rock, Lealt Gorge, the kilt rock waterfall and the museum of island life which has crofter cottages with thatched rooves tied down with boulders. The beauty ...
... short sleeves.
We were a little disappointed that there was no history mentioned at Glencoe, even though it was the site of a major massacre in Scottish history and gets mentioned in a lot of the tourist books.
Travelled inland through the mountain pass – there's an amazing amount of people out and about today and so many walkers exploring the mountains!
... Great Glen and the national trail of the same name (which runs right up to Inverness). The GG is a fault line which almost cuts Scotland in half, with the Caledonian Canal, Loch Lochy (great name) and then Loch Ness, all lying along it.
Today was to South Laggan and would be the longest day I had walked at 23 miles, so was really glad to have Andy's company.
We started well enough along the very picturesque and ...