The Craggan Hotel
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... Firth (between the Atlantic and North Sea) before dropping down into the village of Tongue.
Our B&B hosts had previously lived in London but escaped the rat race for a quieter pace of life. This notion is quite a romantic one and the views were spectacular, but there is quite a difference between living somewhere quiet and somewhere dead.
I never thought I would say this, but oh to be back in London!
Accommodation: Variach View, Tongue
Today we rounded the North West tip of Scotland, called Cape Wrath. It's waters were well confused as befits a 'cape', where 2 bodies of water meet. Britain has 2 of them, this one and Cape Cornwall. On this occasion the accolade 'wrath' was, fortunately, not appropriate.
... to anchor overnight.
We are currently on the north east tip of the North West Highland Geopark and will be skirting it for the next 3 days all the way to Ullapool. Most of it is formed from Lewisian Gneiss, at 3 billion years the oldest rocks in ...
... not unlike a good C******nay but tastes better! Supper was a choice between Steak Pie, Roast Pork and Yorkshire Pudding or Haggis. They them came round the dining room with the leftover Yorkshires! The Steak Pie actually had meat and nothing else in it! Our fellow diners were two groups... one cycling Lands Ends to JOG ...LEJOG-ing. The other a group cycling round North west Scotland. So every plate and bowl was clean. No leftovers. Nor are we the only ones camping in ...
... would be able to do this??? What seems like a long time ago now, but way back at the very beginning of our journey at Lands End Signpost there is a commemorative plaque on a wall to a guy who died whilst doing his 12th LEJoG!! Flip mate my first LEJoG is enough to finish me off. This might sound a bit, you know mad..(told you I need psychiatric help) But here goes... so many times on this journey I have cycled past grave yards and read the names on tomb stones ...