As I said in my last post, our trip to Iona ended with a ferry ride to the Isle of Mull, where the tour company had taken the bus we didn’t use on Iona. In fact, the cruise instructions say that we anchored off the Isle of Mull while we were touring Iona. The photos for this article are in the gallery Isle of Mull.
Here’s the Isle of Mull. This isn’t the harbor where the ferry delivered us, which is no more complicated than the one on Iona. This is a beach next to the harbor.
I do want to share the first thing I saw as we looked around Fionnphort (pronounced fin-a-fort; I will never understand Gaelic pronunciation!), the town where the ferry from Iona lands. It was this stout fellow:
Yes, we were still in Fionnphort, and so was the sheep. We all loaded into the buses (I think we had 3 buses) and drove off across the Isle of Mull, heading for Duart Castle, our reason for coming to this place.