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... Lunch in Fort Agusta, on the south end of Loch Ness. The sun was bright and pleasant and we enjoyed walking around the very cute village. A few stops for pictures and a visit to the famous Commando Memorial near the base of Ben Nevis, UK's tallest mountain, clear today but which was shrouded in mist on Wednesday. There were a few clouds at the peak, but still a lovely sight. And now, the drive back to ...
Day out to the castle,lots of waterfalls,scenic hills and mountains.Down to seaside for fish and chips for lunch,just beautiful. So many castles over here,all so old and the history in them is something to see.Castle was easy to get lost in,Paul tried to lock me in the dungeon!.Shopping is great,always something to look at,they have ...
... t complain. It was very difficult to see where the horizon was, with the sea and sky being the same colour. We drove around two big loops on the island, stopping for an hour or two at several places, including Uig, some cliffs and the Old Man Of Storr, some interesting rocky outcrops that we had to walk quite a long way up to. We stopped at Portree, the main town, which was a cute and colourful little fishing port. The sun had come out by the time we were heading back and all the ...
... he describes his walk of the whole coastline of Great Britain in 1978. I was relieved to see that he had wisely avoided several difficult sections, choosing to stick to some of the paths which criss-cross the peninsula. That still left two stretches of 6 and 5 miles respectively where no paths are shown. As a recent hill walking accident which I had witnessed made all too clear the lack of mobile reception while walking alone could be risky. In the end I ...
... A832. This time the signs were more emphatic about the road being closed and an alternative detour route marked out. We decided to follow the detour which made the 2.5 hour journey now 4 hours! We finally got back to our camp site in Gairloch and went to bed after a very long day of travel, sightseeing and travel. Tomorrow the weather looks really bad. It will be our first bad weather day if the forecast is correct, but so far the weather forecast has been wrong most of the time. We shall ...