A few photographs of our day and the return journey was calmer. We had a cup of tea when back on board but a tip - take a picnic and enjoy sitting in the old village reflecting on the bravery of the people who lived here and climbed these cliffs for sea birds. Eventually, The build up of toxicity with the sea birds used to fertilise the crofts, the outside world bringing illnesses and a declining population meant that the inhabitants asked to be re-settled on the mainland and on other islands.
It is a dual heritage site both archeologically and culturally. Quite a special place.
We finished our day with a fabulous meal at the Anchorage in the harbour at Leverburgh. Highly recommended