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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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Brekkies again in our room. We left a little after 10am. It was windy and overcast, but only a little rain. We made a stop at Eilean Douane castle, which was interesting. The castle sits on a small island in a loch, and you can easily see why it is photographed a lot. The keep is decorated in Scottish-Edwardian, if there is such a thing. Lots of recent family photographs as well as older portraits. The castle had been destroyed (like many others) during the ...
... wearing silk, how nice it felt against her skin ... too much information, hurry up Jenny, this is getting awkward... Jen decided on one and we paid for it, as we were walking out she said how nice if felt against her skin, ... I asked her to STOP. Just out of Elphin we took a right turn and soon realised we were heading due East so retraced our steps. Back on track we continued on north and entered a world of huge rock mountains their sweeping surfaces ground ...
14th. Woke this morning with a very low cloud that stayed all day it was fortunate that we decided yesterday because it was a good day to look at all the main attractions. Again after a good breakfast we took off to see the rest of the island. The view was restricted by the low cloud but still was good. We went to Dunvegan Castle and grounds which was very good as a matter of fact the 30th Chief of the Macleod’s still resides there. The castle ...
After another awesome walk to the stacks we headed back to civilisation, a giant tescos where we stocked up on coffee, wifi, soup cans and other things we might need. I saw a picture of a place called smoo cave, a cave by the ocean that has a waterfall running through it. Without any reason to head up to the northern most part of scotland until now, it was a positive quick decision and we were glad we did it. For half the day we drove along the coast into ...
... the estate manager came up behind us in his 4x4. Thankfully he was not about to kick us off but to offer us the use of a derelict cottage. However it was at least another three miles on, so with his blessing we have found a pitch up above the loch, not o'er flat but it is out of the worst of the wind. Great view too.
Quick pasta supper and Rob's already asleep. However, tomorrow hopefully should be a short (16 mile) day to Crask Inn. There awaits a pint with my name on ...