One of the great things (for me at least) on Skye was the amount of daylight hours. By May sunset is already at around 10pm! Which meant we could fit a lot more into the day.
So having already experienced the micro climate of Waternish Point, dried off, downed a cuppa and scoffed some Viennese biscuits we took a trip to Dunvegan. The centre looked like it’d seen more lucrative days, but it was interesting enough and we found a shortish walk called the Two Churches Walk. This pleasant and interesting walk finishes by the ruin of St Mary’s church built in 1682 and well worth a browse. With still more time before sundown we explored more of the Dunvegan area and found the Coral Beaches walk. A really lovely walk to end the day. An easy going but very enjoyable walk along Loch Dunvegan which resulted in spending a considerable time sitting and watching a number of inquisitive seals; a beautiful end to our second day.