I can't decide what was the best thing about staying in Skye - the scenery or the Shepherd Huts.
When you wake up to a view like this, you don't have reception in your phone to be distracted and you stop feeling the urge to instagram your morning so you can focus on actually enjoying it.
There are only two huts and the views are pretty much unobstructed by anything, so you can sit outside in your PJs in the morning, enjoy a cup of tea and be sure that no one can see you, maybe apart from the two donkeys who wonder around the huts and will occasionally walk up to you, lower their heads so you can pet them (#cute).
In the evening Janet will leave out a card so you can tick what you'd like for breakfast and at what time. She will then knock on the door next morning and bring you something like this:
Yep, eggs benedict, croissants, granola, fresh fruit, juice, coffee, heaven.
After a breakfast like this you can move mountains. Or drive 45 km down a super narrow lane to Elgol.
The drive itself took us over an hour. Elgol is where you can board a boat and go whale watching. Definitely on my to do list when we go there next time.
Once you see the whales and feed the seals you can drive up to see famous Fairy Pools in Glen Brittle.
The first couple of our friends to come visit us in Scotland will get a trip just as above. Come on people. Scotland is awesome. Book your flights. Now.