Shalimar B & B

Fank Brae , Mallaig, Lochaber, Scottish Highlands, Scotland, PH41 4RH , United Kingdom | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Mallaig

Where the Fairies swim...

A travel blog entry by jolawrence1


Woke up to, would you believe it, sunshine! After a spot of breakfast it was time to head off for a walk, and where else to go on a sunny day on Skye, but to the Fairy Pools. These are a series of little aquamarine pools and waterfalls, cascading down the hillside at the base of the Black Cuillin mountains. Apparently nobody really knows why they are called the Fairy Pools, but being a staunch believer in all things magical- Father Christmas is ...

And then it snowed some more...

A travel blog entry by jolawrence1


... to the sight of a light dusting in our garden, and much more up on the mountain tops. Alex meanwhile was somewhere at the top of said mountains, and all I can say is thank goodness he was in our trusty wagon. Not only can the car traverse the shingle beach to the house with no problems, but it also managed to take Alex ...

Somewhere over the rainbow...

A travel blog entry by jolawrence1


... and threw upon the doors to what looks like an ordinary bungalow from the outside, but is in fact a really, really stunning house, decked out in stripped back timber, ropes and driftwood, to resemble a boat on the sea. At the front of the house are wraparound picture windows, where, having only been there for approximately two minutes, I squealed, yes squealed, at the sight of a couple of seals bobbing around only a few feet from ...

Plockton Kishorn and fun

A travel blog entry by gdandpj2013


... 150000 tonnes. The finished rig weighs 600000 tonnes and was at the time the largest man-made movable object ever built. Possibly still is. The rig was the finished in Loch Kishorn which is just around the corner from Plockton. The site was chosen because the lock is 140 metres deep and completely sheltered. Once we got our hands on the memorabilia we were can tell. Google it, you will be too.


Mallaig pronounced Ma Leg

A travel blog entry by rhondathomas


Today is pack up day. The sky was overcast for the first time since coming to Rum. Garry and I chilled out in the morning considering there was no real hurry as our ferry left around 2 pm. Check out was at 10 am but I stayed in the community room doing some overdue skypeing to family and friends in Australia. Jenny on the other hand felt more energetic and went for a long ...

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