Mini Tour of Scotland- Day 14 ,Malliag to Skye to Shield Bridge. Sun Shiny day

Forecast cloudy but a great sunny day instead. Pleasantly surprised. I am not complaining. Took the 940am ferry crossing to Skye. The 35 minute sail was smooth and spotted a few dolphins along the way. The sky begins to break into sunshine as the ferry approach the southern port in Skye. Energised by the great weather I zoomed off northwards along the coast towards the Kyle bridge where it connects Skye to the mainland. After that I cruised all the way to the campsite, stopping by a incredibly scenic castle called Eilean Donan Castle. Lots of tourist there. I left after taking a few photos.

After setting up my tent, I went for a short walk around the scenic area. I checked the forecast and it showed it will rain the whole day. Oh well. Let’s worry about that tomorrow.

Morning has broken and it looks like a good day for cycling today.

Another new distillery. This one started production only in 2017. Gotta wait at least till 2027 before can buy a bottle.
Inside a the Distillery repurposed courtyard

Blue Yellow Green. I like !

Getting darker by the minute but who cares the scenery were stunning!

The view from Kyle Bridge.

Castle on the Loch. Why do the build castles by the lakeside ?

Just took pictures from outside the castle would do. No need to pay tourist price for entrance.

Very scenic campsite. I like.

Author: krankster

I am an avid cyclist that loves mountain biking, bike commuting and most of all bicycle touring. I am a freelance leadership coach and hope to inspire others through my cycling adventures.

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