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... and looked at the first cave, 30 metres deep and 15 metres wide. The second cave, seen from a bridge, is full of water and in summer you can take a boat ride into the third cave, deep inside the hill, created by a river flowing underground. Finally camped at a site at Sango Sands, overlooking the beach, free at this time of year. (and no significant wind). Haggis for dinner, with vegies but no ...
The Rose B&B , Lochinver. Weather overcast, occasional sun, occasional shower Up at 4:45am to catch the 6:30am ferry from Stromness, a 30 minute drive from Kirkwall. Had breakfast on the ferry. A bit rough but not too bad, the trip took one hour 45 minutes due to the rough. Drove the coast road along the north west area of Scotland from Thurso via Tongue, Durness, Scourie and Kylesku and around the coast to Lochinver. A lot ...
... Firth (between the Atlantic and North Sea) before dropping down into the village of Tongue.
Our B&B hosts had previously lived in London but escaped the rat race for a quieter pace of life. This notion is quite a romantic one and the views were spectacular, but there is quite a difference between living somewhere quiet and somewhere dead.
I never thought I would say this, but oh to be back in London!
Accommodation: Variach View, Tongue
It's raining today (wot??? In Scotland???) so time to catch up on a bit of blogging....
Yesterday we went over the winding, mainly single-track road to Lochinver on the wildly beautiful west coast, natural habitat of those nasty minuscule midges, without which this part of Scotland would no doubt be thronging with folk. ...
Today we rounded the North West tip of Scotland, called Cape Wrath. It's waters were well confused as befits a 'cape', where 2 bodies of water meet. Britain has 2 of them, this one and Cape Cornwall. On this occasion the accolade 'wrath' was, fortunately, not appropriate.