It was a very windy night at Cliff Beach. After dinner I turned the Hymer into the wind, this substantially stopped the rock-n-roll and we had a reasonable good night. I looked out the window about 6 am expecting to see the car-park full of the local wax heads looking the catch a narly shore break, but no, just the other home-made camper-car next to the Hymer and a couple sleeping in their Suzuki Vitara over the way. I presumed the couple in the Vitara had short legs !
The Isle of Lewis has the greatest land mass of the chain of islands making up the Outer Hebrites. The northern half known as the Black Moor, described as a vast featureless peat bog. As delightful as that sounds we will explore central Lewis instead.
We have a leisurely coffee, some fruit, loosely planning our day. On Lewis there are only a few roads, but there are a couple of interesting thing to visit on the loop of roads around central Lewis.
We find ourselves parked next to Joe and Ian again, so we have drink and a chat about our adventures on Lewis. We all agree that the trip to the western isles is well worth the ferry ride and would reommend a visit.