The Lochailort Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Susan dropped me back to Arivegaig shortly after 8. It would be a straightforward walk on a clear path and quiet road throughout. It was very mild with a slight drizzle to begin with. The drizzle gradually intensified during the morning. I had hoped to take time to walk down to the beach at Singing Sands but missed the turn-off.
Despite a very dry ...
... style="line-height: 15.8599996566772px;">For that gormless young man from Smirisary
Of the four days I had set aside for walking this one looked the most promising weather-wise. So it was disconcerting when a very heavy shower greeted me at 0745 just as we were preparing to leave the house. Happily this was the only rain of the day which turned mainly sunny and mild. Susan took me back to Smirisary in time to get going by ...
Pat was leaving for Fort William before 8 am and she kindly dropped me back to Druimindarroch on the way.
The walk began by following the A 830 to the head of Locn nan Uamh. It passes the Prince's Cairn which marks the traditional spot from which Bonnie Prince Charlie embarked to France in September 1746 following the failure of the Jacobite rising the previous year. The next peninsula ...
... The ship then went to Staffa island that is made up of hexagonal columns that looks man made, there was also Fingal's cave, which Mendelssohn wrote 'Hebrides Overture'l after hearing the crashing of the waves inside. It was about 80 metres deep Today (Wednesday) we drove to Fishnish (love the names of some of these towns (how about Lamlash on Arran!, also Pottie!) and took the ferry to Lochaline where we met Lynne and Ian Mowat, a second cousin of Mum who cam out to NZ 10 years ago ...
... and picturesque", those were Nick's words not mine. While we were out there we stopped off at Talisker Whiskey distillery, unfortunately it appeared that everyone else had the same idea and all the tours for the day were booked out for the day, much to Nick's ...