Hopscotch the islands, anyone?
The Outer Hebrides is a flat and narrow string of islands, forming a natural breakwater against the Atlantic. On the west side the Atantic rolls in with huge breakers, on the east side the sea is calm and well suited for flatbottomed ferrys connecting the entire chain of islands. We spent four intense days exploring this gently wild and seemingly desolate place.
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