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... the night at Saucy Mary's hostel and pub. This town was absolutely tiny, and absolutely dead! Everyone was gone for the winter, which I couldn't blame them for. It had been freezing, we were either sleeping through or chasing some seriously nasty storms which had caused blackouts all around us, ripped up trees, and closed roads causing some of the trips behind us to be cancelled. We stayed at the pub for dinner and a round of pool before having another early ...
... steps taking the coast road between Portree and Uig then up across the highlands to the Quirangs and back to Dunvegan. The mountains and scenery presented differently in the sunshine to yesterday's overcast, can't make up my mind if I prefer the magic of yesterday's fog or the brightness of today, both were exceptional. With the fading light brings the end of our time here on Skye, tomorrow we leave for Contin where we will once again spend the ...
... falls. Kilt Rock is about 1 1/2 miles south of Staffin. Kilt Rock is a striking vertical cliff-face of basalt which resembles the folds of a Scottish kilt. Surprisingly after all we had managed to fit into the day, there was still time enough to stop in to Portree for a few supplies, diverse yet another route from Portree across to Dunvegan, enjoying rolling hills, views of dramatic mountain ranges and beautiful coastline ...
... Inlet, no not Loch Ness, that's tomorrow on the way
to the Isle of Skye. We head off on a long walk around the city which is
actually around the inlet. (a firth in Scottish terms). We discover the best part of Inverness is
this walk through a winding path along the river Ness, over suspension bridges and through
gardens. Great as this is in the centre part of town, feels like the country not a town.
Off to the Isle of Skye ...
... were there they had only 'horizontal rain'. So we were lucky.
We had been particularly looking forward to visiting the Isle of Skye, as we had seen images and it has always seemed to have a rugged, romantic but unusual beauty. And then we saw a Grand Designs programme set here, and that reinforced our view.
On our way there ...