Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Cuil Bay to watch the Geese feeding and flying.

Corran Ferry, route to Ardnamurchan - lovely, lonely roads

We loved Cuil Bay and went most nights to watch the geese feeding and fly away. Loved Lismore, we walked all the way to the Museum and back to the Appin ferry. We really loved the Ardnamurchan peninsula across the Corran Ferry - went there twice and just reflected.

We had a lovely meal at the Creagan Inn, drove down the RTGN (roads that go nowhere), loved Glen Nevis and Glen Etive. WE had a long day to Skye, up to Portree and back via Plockton.
Best of all, no midges, weather great. Glencoe Museum, the girl was great in there.

ps Left sandals and flip flops, could you post them please? (Yes, of course we will. You two are real romantics we reckon, John)
20 brilliant walks around our cottage area
Easy hill walks in Glencoe
Why not walk up Ben Nevis one day?
Easier Munroe walks in Glencoe
Rock and Ice climbing in Glencoe
Cycling and fishing Glencoe
Spectacular wild life around our cottage
Golf in the Highlands, Dragons tooth golf course, Glencoe
Cruising the islands, using Glencoe as a base
Safe, beautiful beaches and bays in Glencoe area
Touring the Highlands by car from Glencoe,
Spring breaks, March April May Glencoe
Winter breaks, Jan Feb March in the cottage
Autumn breaks November December in the cottage

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