The most western large island of Scotland, Isle of Skye and there the village of Uig was my utmost destination during my interrail and hitchhike trip in summer 1978.
I planned to spend the night in the youth hostel of Uig, but to my bad luck it was closed due to fire, so I could spent only one day there. These pictures are from or near Uig, Kyleakin and Kyle of Lochalsh, the village on the mainland Scotland, from where I could take the train.
All are scanned slides which were slightly faded.
Kyleakin, Dunakin Castle on the background
View over the bay to Uig
Kyle of Lochalsh (I guess), the village from where I could take a train to Lon via Inverness
Hikers in the Isle of Skye
Scene on the way to Uig
Self-portrait in the beautiful scenery of Skye.
Bay of Uig during low tide
Sea scene in the Isle of Skye
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