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My favorite places we saw were: Faerie Glen- mysterious small hills with terraced edges that were not man made The Old Man of Storr- a mountain that looks like an old man Kilt Rock- a cliff with the appearance of a kilt Staffin Beach- a beach where the last man in Scotland to swim his cattle to an island annually to graze did his crossings (see link here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-highlands-islands-12430571) Quiraing- a landslip near Meall na Suiramach with one of the most picturesque views I have ever seen Lealt- an area of cliffs, the sea, and waterfallsRed Hills- a panoramic series of hills In the evening we went back to Inverness, and then in the morning on to Edinburgh....
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