A good night and a good breakfast ' are the essentials that I need to swallow up the kilometres I have left to go to the ferry to reach the island of Skye. Especially since I intend to make a small detour to see the beaches that the receptionist of the hostel was recommended to me. So I take the direction of Mallaig along the Loch Eil and Eilt. The day is rather wet even if it doesn't rain a lot, the mist reminds me of Holy Grail. In fact, next week I will try to move on to the Castle where the film was shot. I finally, after several dozens of kilometres, to the ocean. If the smell wasn't there, I would have probably confused him with another loch. I break the crust to Arsaig before you take the road to the beaches of white sand for the last kilometers. Arrived at Mallaig I see the island of Skye, a friend advised me to visit (thanks for the suggestion Manu). The bike is free in the Ferry that will take me on the island in less than an hour. Once on the island I find my campsite for the night within 100 metres of the landing. Camping is the most extraordinary I've ever seen. Managers practice permaculture on the same site, they recycle any waste and ecological houses. A course in the middle of this jungle is proposed for all, it helps to have impressive views of the island, the sea and the vegetation. once dozens of pictures taken, I pitch my tent in the middle of trees and somehow manages to make a (authorized in this campsite) fire despite the humidity. The next morning is likely to be rainy, so I decided to rest the most possible after the 70 km of the day.