We stopped off in Glasgow for dinner, bed and breakfast with Pete and Fiona and Dougal, their chocolate lab. Dixie was her usual cantankerous self with a strange dog but Tilly delighted in Dougal's flirtatious advances. Thanks for your hospitality P,F & D x.
Then, a quick dash over Rannoch Moor, down the magnificence of Glencoe and up to the Isle of Skye and Uig, for the ferry to Tarbert.
Leaving the ferry we drove down a single track road to Huisinis.
Having settled in for the night I kept saying to Chrissie, "Just look where we are. LOOK where we are for goodness sake!" This was the view from our lounge window:
In fact, this was a recurring theme of the trip. The weather was fantastic; cold but dry with plenty of heart-warming sunshine. The following pics show a few highlights and, I trust, will speak to you better than my clumsy writings:
I hope you like those pictures. We spent two weeks enjoying some wonderful walking and I found myself spending a surprising amount of time (for me) just gazing out of the van windows at the views. The fact that I read very little and did none of the writing I'd planned to is evidence of the exquisite time we had. Blissful relaxation. Go, if you like peace and tranquility. Stay well away if you want nightlife, shops and lots of tourist attractions.