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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... touristy look to it but is fortunately to far
north and remote to be completely overrun by visitors the way cute old towns
closer to population centers inevitably are. When in Rome do…….so I had some
take out haddock and chips which I ate at a picnic table along the waterfront
in the bright but cool sunshine. This was one of the top days of my trip in
Scotland in terms of scenery and really feeling like I was out in the
wilderness, something rare in Britain.
We continued down the highlands to the west coast and the most amazing scenery of the trip. We were heading to an isolated and no services anywhere castle called ardvreck, a ridiculously photogenic castle on a little island on a loch. We camped the night enjoying cheeses and beers and really nice weather. Sunny, warm, down to almost t-shirts. I took a nice photo of the castle ...
After another awesome walk to the stacks we headed back to civilisation, a giant tescos where we stocked up on coffee, wifi, soup cans and other things we might need. I saw a picture of a place called smoo cave, a cave by the ocean that has a waterfall running through it. Without any reason to head up to the northern most part of scotland until now, it was a positive quick decision and we were glad we did it. For half the day we drove along the coast into ...
The day began rather showery but the forecast suggested some sunshine to come. Jeremy was happy to join me for part of the day so he drove me back my starting point. There was some uncertainty about a bridge over the Dundonnel River (it was shown on my 2005 map but not on a later 2007 one but did appear on Google's satellite image.) Jeremy decided to do a recce, have a closer look at this area and meet me later.
The walk would take ...
... the thick bracken and seaweed I encountered at Badcallon Day 52? That's what much of this shoreline was like - low woodland and thick undergrowth right down to the water's edge. So I followed the road. This was an amazing narrow switchback with passing places. On my left the twin peaks of Sail Gharbh and Sail Ghorm were now free of the low cloud in which they were shrouded previously. The road was relatively busy and I was frequently having to ...