Harbour Lights Hotel
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Scotland’s Northwestern Highlands are probably the most rugged
and remote part of Great Britain and have some of the most fantastic wild
scenery. I had originally planned to do my route through the north in two days
from Inverness to the Isle of Skye but decided to make it into three by adding
a side trip to Orkney. I changed my reservation from a second night in
Inverness to one in Thurso but kept the reservation I had in Durness for the
next night. ...
... for the first light rays to hit the castle. I messed around with glassy like reflections, watching the deer eating the grass around me and the light hit the mountains. After waiting all that time to sun finally hit. Yes! The light hitting the castle and island perfectly while,leaving the mountains in the distance darker. The reflections weren't perfect but I thought it ...
... blithely ignored their pulloff point, and C) our car was twice the size of theirs. The woman behind the wheel finally stopped (as we had some time before) and sat there in the road, I assume waiting for alien spaceships to levitate our car out of the way. After a minute or so it occurred to her to back up the 20 feet or so to their pulloff point. Backing was not among her driving skillset either. It took an amazing amount of time for her to back ...
... you...wow. You'll be able to see from the pictures but at first glance I would absolutely not have guessed that beaches like that existed in Scotland. Absolutely incredible. We returned to the festival that night for some live bands and some dancing. The first band played mostly American country tunes and the dance floor was completely empty but then the second band got up and true to stereotype whipped out a couple of bag pipes and bam, crazy drunken ...
... welcome to their new and purpose built croft. The lovely food including home-grown vegetables and home-baked bread were served in the dining room with a great view of the Coigach peninsula further south. It was good to meet Andrew Stewart our fellow guest who had travelled from Melbourne to reacquaint himself with his Scottish roots.
Distance covered 21.6 miles
See the route at http://gb.mapometer.com/walking/route_3 623550.html