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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... of rock had been forced back over each other so the base rock was deposited on top of the layers of rock laid down much later. It was a good exhibit with interactive displays and explanations in many languages. I went for a walk along the path leading to the cliffs and got some good shots of the scenery. We headed on and stopped for fuel at a pay by card bowser. It was lunch time so we took advice from a lady in town and headed down to the Shorehouse that did ...
We're here! One year later and we are back in the Highlands and it's just as stunning as we remember. We had a fairly uneventful journey to Inverness with everything running on time and smoothly. The weather is dry up here with the odd glimmer of sunshine and blue sky, unlike Somerset. A lot of you are keen to know the hire car we have... It's a junior aspiring Aston Martin (Ford Focus with Aston Martin grill) and ...
... day, so there’s rarely a rainless day and
rarely a sunless day. One of those stops was at Ardreck Castle, an old ruin
situated on a peninsula in a loch set between high mountains, another one of
those very magical locations.
The only town of significance I passed through the entire
day was Ullapool, an attractive fishing village on a sea loch (fjord) that was
a major departure point for people leaving Scotland during the Highland
Clearances. It now has ...
... it. Just rolling hills, running streams and lots of lambs again! One of those places you think you could live in but of course we are seeing it on a lovely day - not freezing and drizzling! Our scones are delicious and they are straight out of the oven! All with a nice pot of tea which they do so well over here! After stopping we continue our drive for another two hours before stopping at Ullapool for lunch. A most picturesque town, on the water, famous for its fish. ...
... 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 ...