Sunday, June 29, 2014
From Dornie to Oban
Winding narrow roads and little villages and thirty minutes later we were in Plockton.
We had settled on going there because of its name more than anything. We read that it was a pretty little place and then we heard of some of its fame.
The village is a popular tourist resort, especially because the TV series Hamish Macbeth, starring Robert Carlyle, was filmed there, substituting for the fictional Lochdubh. Plockton was also used for various scenes in the film The Wicker Man and the Inspector Alleyn Mysteries TV series.
We saw some small yachts on the water and spoke with a local about the sailing class that was going on. Young kids learning to sail in such a safe and picturesque environment.
We drove much of the morning and early afternoon arriving at Lochnell Hotel and booking in early enough to enjoy the vistas.
The rats can often be seen scuttling around a certain part of the street especially late at night. Some street art on 121st Street. Th...