Portree is located on the Isle of Skye in Scotland, and recently, some part of Made of Honour were shot here.
Getting around the isle is quite difficult without a car. There is so much to see and the landscape is so varied, that being in just one spot does not do justice to this great place. Regardless, I jumped on a bus to Broadford, a village about 30 minutes south of Portree, and wandered through the village and along the harbour for awhile. There was great scenery on the bus ride south:
I jumped off the bus at Broadford, and wandered through the tiny village and in and out the little shops. After that, I walked along the harbour, out on the pier and through the other side of the village. I grabbed some meat, fruit and cheese at the local Co-op, sat down on a bench in the harbour and ate lunch.
It began to rain while I was waiting for the bus back – perfect time to be heading back to Portree.
I when I returned, I will still up for some walking and the weather was beautiful again, so I went on the recommended Scorrybreac circuit. It starts in the town harbour, but you walk up and around the mountains and get some great views.
A quick trip back to the harbour for a few great shots:
After a full day, I headed back to the hostel, made dinner and shared wine with some folks there. A nice quiet way to end the day.