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... Ewe - so large, deep and with good access to the sea it was used as a naval harbour in WW2 and was packed with ships all the time. Drove to Gairloch. A pretty fishing and tourist village, on the shore of Loch Gairloch, that was the same name as the property John's mother's family owned in North Queensland years. Finally found a camp for the night at the side of Loch ...
I had read about this new art installation near Falkirk called the Kelpies so on our way to the Lake District we took a detour to see them. As it is new, it is probably the worst signed thing we have ever tried to find. It is frustrating to be able to see the 30 meter high structures and not find the way in but we persevered
"The Kelpies name reflected the mythological transforming ...
... morning tea at Bainakeil Chocolate cafe before continuing on. We had a lovely fish pie for lunch at the Kylesku Pub right on the water in a wee village. We passed the Clashnessie Falls but nowhere to park to do the walk! The road was too narrow. Found the B&B using our sense of direction! Lovely views over the harbour from our room and the breakfast room. The drive today was real Scotland with the rugged scenery of the ...
30 July Wednesday Checked out and went on a wildlife cruise for a couple of hours from Portree. A cold day and very windy and cold out on the water. A great trip though. We saw a minke whale which came up a number of times, a seal, various birds including a white tailed sea eagle. They threw fish off the boat and the eagle came down from a high cliff and picked it up from the the water and it took it to a rock near sea level. It was the female eagle, 19 years old whose ...
... sea and land, darkness and light"
On disembarking from the ferry we said a fond goodbye to our time on the islands and set forth on the next leg of our journey. Due to advice we had been given back in Edinburgh, and with this further enhanced by others, we headed west along the coastline to Durness.
The word for today was "wow" because every bend in the road brought another magnificent view into our perspective and ...