Orasay Inn

Lochcarnan, South Uist, The Hebrides, Scotland, HS8 5PD, United Kingdom | Hotel
 

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Day Five - Skye Fall

A travel blog entry by needlemind

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Wow, what a day!

It was an early start this morning, which we kicked off by having a large Scottish breakfast. A quick checkout and escape from the tiny car park saw us in the car and out on the road by 0815. I was driving us up to Fort William where we needed bunkers and as a result we ended up a couple of miles outside of Oban in the wrong direction and needed to do a 'U' turn (men are the worst navigators).

Fuel and lunch supplies purchased ...

Ending our day at Uig

A travel blog entry by lea-anned

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... on our way over to the Isle of Sky with the intention of staying at Uig, which is high up on the west side of the Isle. We headed away from Loch Ness at Invermoriston but didn't get far before another photo opportunity, one of many over the next few days. There is a lovely old bridge over the River Moriston. Also at a nearby paddock was a highland cow. A lovely beast with long horns and long wavy hair which also falls over his eyes. All our travels take a bit ...

Bye Skye!

A travel blog entry by jaq-wil

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Over the sea to Skye - on a ferry this time. At the Lochmaddy ferry port we were surrounded by more lovely old CalMac buses.

As if to mirror my sadness at leaving, the sea was grey and the clouds looked gloomy.








On Skye we headed for a campsite at Dunvegan. No awning this ...

Bernaray, North Uist,South Uist, Eriskay

A travel blog entry by jaq-wil

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... video exhibition.













Rocky causeways connect North Uist, Benbecula and South Uist and throughout the terrain is mainly rugged and peppered with small craggy lochs. Benbecula, a stepping stone between the two Uists, appears to be the commercial centre of the islands, but rather ...

Bye, Bye Bothy. Hi, Hi Bivvy

A travel blog entry by rnjemk

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... surrounding us took our breath away. The beauty of the walk was enhanced by the layer of stratus that came and went at various times during the hike. We therefore spent time in brilliant sunshine, as well as under, in and above the cloud layer. Wonderful!

On the last night in Milovaig, we again helped raise the roof at the Red Roof Cafe. The evening's artist was Rachel Newton, singing a lovely selection of songs in Gaelic and English, either playing the Celtic ...

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