Harbour Lights Hotel
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... vantage points and Harry almost ran in anticipation to get a glimpse of anything he could. We reached the point and there were people everywhere Harry and i both couldn't believe how many people were actually there. We finally got to a good position to snap a photo and we asked one of the other tourist. After snapping a couple of ...
... Once again the mountains are ragged peaks and mostly covered with low level foliage and plenty of heather. The mauve/purple of the heather is just wonderful. We get out at a few spots to listen to the wind and water, some birds and sheep. Other then that there is no noise. No honking horns, no ambulance sirens, no loud music and you wonder why we have fallen in love with this place? Well just check out the pictures.
We head back to our B&B. A ...
It was an earlier morning with Breakfast at 7:30 and bags to coach at 8.
We were off to our first stop, St. Andrews home of Golf. So naturally I spent my time wandering the main street and getting pastries with a few of the girls instead of looking at a golf course.
Back on the coach and off to Pitlochery for lunch where I had a hockey puck masquerading as ...
... ones (500 million years ago) which resulted in a long running debate of how this occurred. This was in the 1880's and was controversial at the time. We did the 650 metre walk up and around the hillside and came upon various displays of rocks, hard work but worth it. South of Ullapool to Corrieshalloch Gorge which carries the river Droma down a series of thundering falls most dramatic being the 45m Falls of Measach ( meaning 'fall of the place of platters' being reference ...
... a rather unromantic name, pronounced Stack Polly, for a brilliant mountain), Suilven (pronounced Soolven).
The assent of Suilven requires some 'exposed scrambling' apparently.....you'd never guess looking at this, would you ?
These mountains are mainly made of Lewisian gneiss. Thought I'd just throw that in.