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I have had discussions with many of you about the next part of the walk. Some of these were prefaced by "what are you going to do when you get to Knoydart?" As I ticked off the iconic areas of Torridon and Applecross I began to wonder, what am I going to do when I get to Knoydart?
Knoydart is traditionally known as naGarbh-Chriochan or "the …
... taking photos! We parked the bikes and headed off across the headland in search of another coral beach. The land was so rugged and dormant we could easily have been in Portugal - especially when we came upon some young birch trees, if they had been olives........ After navigating some stunning pathways through wooded groves and ancient stone embankments covered in lichens with colours you could only imagine, we came upon a tiny settlement of two ...
... able to get a few pics of the dramatic Cullins and the Skye Bridge. We were pleased to find that it didn't have a toll, too many protests apparently. As we drove up the mainland hills the scenery was beautiful. After stopping for lunch we eventually wound our way to the Bealach na Ba Pass. This featured on said TV programme a few weeks ago and inspired our journey to find the best seafood pub. The road ...
Up early after a windy, restless night, we were away early knowing that we had between 24 and 26 miles ahead of us to reach the Youth Hostel in Glen Affric.
Two miles down the glen we met Jane Hornsby and her husband. "So what?" you ask? The significance is that Jane is walking from Lands End to John O'Groats in aid of the Oxford Playhouse. She was being accompanied by her husband through this last wilderness stage from Fort William. We immediately started swapping notes but ...
Travel west and over a bridge to the Island of Skye. We had M/Tea at a lovely little cafe where we had fresh scones cooked for us. I spoke with two little girls who were visiting their Grandma and Auntie for the school holidays. They hailed from Manchester. Back on the bus for a lunch stop at Ullapool where we had fish & chips in the pub. Back on the bus through the ...