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Travel Blogs from Kinlochbervie
... unashamed many metres from first point of impact. Has the big beak evolved to ensure first impact on the first tumble is a clean entry, I wonder? Anyway, on a scale of ten, the degree of difficulty is clearly a 10, the skill of execution a 0, but the level of spectator enjoyment a 10 raised to the power 10.
Our first night on the mainland was also awe-inspiring; however, the cause was quite different.
On the way north from the ferry terminal at Ullapool, we stopped ...
Biggest couple of driving days we did in the whole trip and most of it was on single lane roads. They have passing bays every few hundred metres, but heaps of blind corners and blind hilltops. Very few fences so the sheep and lambs were all over the road, which made for even more interesting driving. Then to make it even trickier, the scenery was absolutely amazing ... the term might be ...
With a busy couple of weeks at the start of October I realised that if I wanted to make further progress in 2013 I had to plan to do a few days walking in the last week of September. Getting from Lochinver to Ullapool seemed a reasonable target. Mike Bryce who had accompanied me on day 4 had given me a contact in Achiltibuie which would be close to the mid point of that stretch. I telephoned Allan Graham who offered to find a B&B for me and to ...
Breakfast at Raymond and Carol's is such a pleasure that it's very hard to tear oneself away, but we did, and were on the road soon after nine, with just a few little chores to do around Thurso before setting off into the Wild West. Hard to believe that little Thurso will be the largest town we'll pass through over the next week or so. Petrol, check. Cash, check. Last little job, just pick up the train tickets for next Saturday, because for some reason we can't ...
... part of the inspiration for me to undertake my walk. A few years ago Andrew had travelled to Spain, walked the Camino to Santiago de Compostela. and then followed Laurie Lee's route from Vigo south across Spain.(though not all on foot)
After breakfast Margot returned me to Culkein and I headed north along the cliff top to the Point of Stoer. A couple of early bird Italians had beaten me to it. After an early ...
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