The next two days we saw a bunch of amazing things on Skye. The Quirang (above), the cliffs at Kilt Rock, the Fairy Pools, the harbor at Portree, and the McCleod clan castle. On one drive we stopped into a rebuilt Hebridean village at the north of the island, looking out across to the Isle of Harris.
It was all too much. Too much to try and talk about everything. Just to say that it was beautiful and we finally found a McArthur scarf on our very last day on the island and practically in Scotland in a tiny shop in Portree. Woohoo!
The day we left Skye, we took the long road back toward the east and center of Scotland where we had not been before, making a loop past Loch Ness (you just have to) and down to Pitlochry where we stayed for one last night before driving back to Edinburgh in the morning to catch our plane.
It wasn't until our last night in Pitlochry that we actually. and finally, tried haggis. And I have to say, I was impressed.
As I was with pretty much all of Scotland. We'll be back.