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Travel Blogs from North Uist
... Macleod clan (the current Chief being the 30th!). It is quite a nice loch side castle with beautiful views and pleasant gardens.
Then we decided we needed to do some more travelling and sightseeing, so we headed due west on what was a B road but in reality it was really a single track. Still not quite getting over how moorland just simply runs into the sea we passed more lovely countryside and saw sheep grazing on grass by the waters edge. We also saw ...
... it wasn't long before he crept sheepishly back out again - well the water was very cold!
Through Glen Coe and onto the long drive back south to Doncaster. We had just one more overnight stay near Alston in Cumbria so Rob could get his fix of preserved railway. He always has to find one, eh?
... a lovely location for a holiday!
Next day we drove almost the length of the island, stopping now and again to enjoy the view, have a walk, take in a gallery or craft shop and café. At one of the museums we happened upon a vintage CalMac bus in the carpark, and we had a rather strange virtual tour of St Kilda, an ...
Before the trip I'd earmarked a number of potential campsites we expected to use. We set off to find one on the east side of Harris, giving us a pleasant drive around the island looking at the sites along the way.
I'd somehow caught a cold so was feeling a bit under the weather - which in reality was being ...
... To Leverburgh to get the ferry to Uist.
Which was fine, until I got to Uist.
It is nearly impossible to hitch a lift in Uist. Luck was still on my side when a lovely couple offered to take me to a campsite.
I had no idea what the campsite would be like as I only heard about it when I was on the ferry.
I got there, and managed to set up ...