Travel Blogs from Isle of Harris
La mattina usciamo con comodo e ci dirigiamo al porto per vedere se riusciamo a fare qualche giro in barca, magari ci portano a vedere isole con gli animali, come i mitici "puffin", le pulcinelle di mare, che dovrebbero essere l'animale locale ma che non riusciamo mai a vedere.
Ma di gite in barca non c'è traccia.
L'unica barca è già …
... talking civilly to each other.
There has also been a lighter moment...or two.
While pulling towards the queu at Berneray, we were flagged down by, what turned out to be, a very Scottish Scotsman. "Australian", he bellowed, "where are you going today". Now, how he knew we were Australian, to this day I cannot fathom. To the best of my recollection, we had never set eyes on each other and had not been in the same place at the same time so that he might have ...
Today the weather was fairly good. So this means today was
Dunvegan day.I got the bus through the rolling hills of Skye to the
castle that (I think) has something to do with me a while back? (Ma? Am I right
or have I got the wrong castle?)Whether it was my family or not it was gorgeous and such
lovely scenery too! Mind you…you know when you go to a place like a castle or an
... 649">the staggering drop straight into the Atlantic ocean.
White houses with black rooves dotted the hill side like sheep in a paddock and mountains filled in the distance like blue cut-outs with clouds dancing around the top.
‘The misty isle’ is certainly right.
I got the bus into Portree and then another out to the campsite.
... he started talking I heard him.
So what did I say over the phone?
“Hi, you got my number of the couple in the orange MG, and if that is you I am looking at just turn around and you will see me”.
It was them!!!
Fancy that we were at the same place!
Well, not hugely surprising given I think it is the only campsite on the North of Uist.
We got talking and then they went for a bike ride. When they got back, I got ...