Travel Blogs from Isle of Raasay
Day 1 : Leave home 4 hour journey to Raasay, Team games, introduction to groups/leaders/house Day 2: Kayaking, arts and crafts Day 3:Sailing, raft building Day 4: Island walk/explore, beach BBQ Day 5: Pier jump, arts and crafts
We spent the night in Fort William at a bed and breakfast a little outside of town. It was a really nice place with a yummy breakfast. Todd had a fruit platter with yogurt and toast. I had cornflakes and bacon, which taste a bit like country ham, and toast. Something funny we have noticed is the fact they must not be exposed to many southern American girls. They have a hard time understanding me, and they always try to give Todd my breakfast. In the morning I usually order eggs, toast, ...
... I walked the first section of this road it was now much busier, with many camper-vans and motorcyclists. The latter were most often in groups of three or more, and displaying foreign plates. There was one short but heavy shower of rain in the morning but there was sunshine too and I soon dried out after a soaking.
At lunchtime I arrived in Applecross village. It was busy with the aforementioned vehicles and their leather-clad riders in search ...
... another bird.
I had no idea how big they were. They are so beautiful.
And then I saw a seal!
And a dolphin!!
All of that in 1.5 hours!.
While I was on the boat too, I saw a little kid next to a mountain just on the beach. And the kid looked so tiny. It came to me so suddenly how small ...
So last night at the music night, Heather and I decided we were going to go horse-riding today.
No, sorry...day before.
Anyway, this morning the weather was looking interesting (i.e rain) and I was up in my tent when Heather went to see how far the walk was to the stables.
Good thing we checked!