Leaving Dunvegan for Dundonnell, we enjoyed travelling through the highlands and little villages. Taking a short detour off the main road we focused on the little castle ruin of Strome Castle. Strome Castle is a ruined castle on the shore of Loch Carron in Stromemore, 3.5 miles south-west of the village of Lochcarron. Continuing on throughout the amazing scenery we stumbled across a beautiful walking area Beinne Eighe. The Woodland Trail gives you the opportunity to enjoy the magnificent Caledonian pinewoods that led Beinn Eighe to be designated as Britain’s first National Nature Reserve. Not only was it our place to stop for a hot meal, again cooked on our travel camping cooker, but the walks had self guided handbooks that we could follow to numbered points along the trail. Sarah being Sarah, took the opportunity to take me on a de Man self guided tour around Beinne Eighe Woodland Trail. Back on the road, after driving many hours, we veered off the main road and headed down a eight mile track into a glen, to stop for the night at Badrallach Camping Site. When we arrived in true Scottish style the horizontal rain and gusty winds made putting up the tent a little challenging, but just was we sorted the last peg the sky cleared, the sun shone through and the most beautiful rainbow appeared. Another night spent in a truly beautiful location.