So this is the last post about my holiday. As you can see I really did need to split up the holiday into different posts as there were so many places we went that I wanted to include.
This last post starts of at the view from the Mam Ratagan pass. To get to this view you have to go up a very steep road which is a bit nerve racking in the car. It's all worth it once you get to the top though.
We then headed along for a drive through Glenelg. I love this old ruin which is Bernera Barracks. The barracks were built between 1717 and 1723 by the British Government to keep the local population under control after they had risen up in arms for the Jacobite Rising in 1715. Some of the stone from a nearby broch was used to build the barracks.
Below you can see the hermit's cave. I love looking for caves on the sides of mountains and this one here you can drive right by.
On returning from Skye we got some great fish and chips in Kyle of Lochalsh after coming back across the Skye bridge.
So that has been my camping holiday to the Highlands. I had a really wonderful time and I'm still missing the fresh air and the peace. I'm pretty sure I'll be back again soon though.