Overscaig House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... and she almost went off both sides of the road before maneuvering the back half of her car near the pulloff and stopping with the front of the car still on the road. At this point, the man in the car began waiving at us to go past, as if they had cleared the way for us. I did creep past with an inch or so to spare but for all I know that car is still there waiting for the traffic behind us to clear. The odd maniac hired to hurtle logging lorries ...
... even see our van as we looked across the town of Ullapool. We watched a shower approaching and caught the edge of it on our descent, but it was very short lived. We had a quick look around the galleries, before heading back for a cuppa and to watch the footy. Time then for a few beers at the Ferryboat and some freshly caught fish from the ...
... it back onto two way roads! We stopped at a lovely viewing point alongside Loch Broom for coffee. We keep on seeing the same vans and people we've met on sites as there aren't that many routes/ roads up here. Our next stop was the Corrieshalloch Falls. This was a massive gorge, cut very deep and narrow during the ice age as melt water rushed toward the sea. The Nat Trust - so it was free- had opened up a 2 mile circular rout ...
... miles. We have christened such days as LJGT days..."Lets Just Get There" days. There are other descriptions but they are not for this blog!
As a consequence no great pictures. Lairg claims itself to be the gateway to the North, but that's about it.
We have again found a great place to stay... Carnbren B&B run by Chris, who is delightful and very helpful. She has also travelled the world so she and Rob have been swapping S.America stories.
My highlight ...
... Pat has a girl in every farm, as we see the little red vans parked EVERYWHERE, with no postie in sight) don’t give a damn and just plough on through and around you wherever you happen to have frozen in fear, leaving you a jibbering wreck. Naturally the tourists get so frightened by this that they quickly learn (adapt or die) to get into a passing place and stay there until danger is past, so you find yourself cowering in a little sanctuary while a ...