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- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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Last day of the trip, and no let up in the mountain weather. The group led by the 'little house' survived yesterday's whiteout on the high tops, but we have definitely turned into fair weather mountaineers, so Jude, Martin and Lesley drove up to Ullapool, which was more sheltered and with some sunshine. Had a pleasant walk up through the forest and onto the moors with fine views over Loch Broom, and the surrounding ...
... but a squall sent us back to the car.......Had a stop at Badachro, but too late for the langoustines in the very busy restaurant.
Just up the coast however, we spotted a golden eagle fighting against the wind, and a dozen seals basking on the rocks and swimming in the sheltered ...
So after not having to do boat tendering this morning, (thanks John!) we were anchored away in Ullapool, Scotland. Alike everyday, a morning chat and a cup of tea with Saskia is a delight, a wee lie in and then another chat and cup of tea with Jenny and Abi. It was then mine and Saskia's task to pull together a war time cabaret. The tracks were downloaded, the lyrics ...
... had died and she now has a toy boy eagle only 7 years old. She had chicks with her previous Nate but now with the toy boy. The toy boy never comes down to get the fish. These white tailed sea eagle were extinct in Scotland 40 years ago and were re-introduced from Norway. The Captains patter was good; could not promise eagles so he had stuck photos of eagles on the binoculars so we could all see them. When they sighted the minke whale we followed it around the bay beside the ...
... out of superlatives. At times it was like we were travelling on top of the world and then we would come upon another loch to either drive around or cross. Then the next bend had us looking out to sea through the mountains and over the loch.
We continued along the mountainous coastline until we came to Durness which is situated in the north west corner of Scotland and is a lovely little seaside village. We had a short stop ...