|I love a little shop!|
Once on the far end of Mull, we took another ferry and headed out to the Island of Iona. This Island has a very early abbey that survived the reformation mostly intact. It also holds the burial ground for several of the early kings of Scotland including Macbeth and Duncan. (Yes they were real kings, no not like the Shakespeare versions) As expected, the island is beautiful as well. Below you'll see the ruins of the nunnery and the abbey itself, inside and out. Iona is also home to the best preserved Celtic crosses in the British Isles.
|Garden view to the sea|
|I found Peter Rabbit!|
|Looks almost tropical, doesn't it?|
And to top it all off, here is the view from our hotel.