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This morning we started the day with a visit to the harris Whiskey distillery. It was pretty cool to go and see the first legal distillery on the island. We got to try a couple of different whiskeys (at 10am woo woo) and got to see the process of how they make the whiskey. They use lots of traditional stuff like peat fires to dry out the barley and that kind of thing. We all left feeling quite content with ourselves. On our way back to ...
... and breaks down it creates a whit beach. Apparently the colony can live up to 8000 years - bet you didn't know that!. The beach was beautiful and the water was beautifully clear. It was a warm day but no sun which was a shame. We had our sandwiches and wLked off the the point and to the hill top overlooking the beach. We were surprised to find ...
... coast to have breakfast on a beach looking over the sea to the Cullins. Bit of a mistake. The road was single carriageway and made Rob & Di windy lane seem like the M1. It also had several hills 1:4. We did make it to the beaches and had poached egg and bacon, but the Culins were barely visible in the mist. Had we known it, we were at the start of a really interesting walk but hadn't bought the book by then. We drove on to Portree. The main town with a pretty harbour with ...
... we sip a welcome hot drink. We explore the Quiraing with its incredible rock formations, twisting steep roads, moors and peat bogs. We photograph the 'most photographed tree in the world'! Before Kilmuir we glimpse the Flora MacDonald monument and marvel at the traditional thatched black houses - a hard life indeed! Tom kindly detours to Kilmaluag to see the Grand Designs home built by the two women featured on TV. That is ...
... the rain hit. I had my pasta from last night for tea tonight so dinner was sorted.
I went to the sink room to eat because it was dry, and there I met a lovely guy who was travelling with his wife.
He invited me back to their camper to have a tea which was lovely. And warm!
So many nice people in one day!