Episode 21 (Season 2 Bonus): ‘Tea and Beans’
From breathtaking landscapes to welcoming locals, the Isle of Harris has stolen my heart. Let this lovely story about island hospitality convince you too!
‘Tea and Beans’ is a story about two chance encounters I had on the Isle of Harris when I walked the Hebridean Way. The people of the Outer Hebrides, their warm welcome and their incredible hospitality have stuck with me ever since. I’m sure you’ll soon understand why!
This is actually a story I initially shared with my Patreon subscribers last summer. If you like it and would like to hear more stories like it between seasons, join my Patreon here.
Two exciting pieces of news:
- My Ready-Made Scotland Itineraries are finally ready to launch! They will go live for sale on my Scotland travel blog Watch Me See on Friday, 24 December. But if you join the waitlist here, you’ll get early access and an exclusive discount code!
- Wild for Scotland producer Fran Turauski’s own podcast On the Outside was nominated for a Pod Bible podcast award! It’s quick and easy to cast a vote, so support Fran’s amazing show here. She’s nominated in the Social Conscience category.
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Helpful links for this episode
My guide to hiking the Hebridean Way – Stages 8-10 are on Harris.
Stop for lunch at the Community Cafe at BAYS Centre.
Stay at Vigadale Guest House at Loch Seaforth – there is a wood-fired hot tub!
Read more about the Coffin Road.
Written and hosted by Kathi Kamleitner.
Produced and edited by Fran Turauskis.
Cover Art illustrated by Lizzie Vaughan-Knight.
All original music composed by Bruce Wallace.
Additional sound effects from Zapsplat, Pond5 and SoundBoard.
All photographs by Kathi Kamleitner.