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Travel Blogs from Bowmore
... is there and
who is there. But after 5 days in Colonsay with Paul, Ruth, George and
Peter, I think I have found my answer.My favourite place is where I feel so happy and loved that I
forget I am living in a tent. My favourite place is where I can joke with
people who get my humour. These 5 days will stick in my memory for the rest of my
life, as the time I have felt the most free and happy.Lisa xo
... the tide to go out. I was going to Oronsay, the tidal island just off the bottom
of Colonsay. As I was sitting on the rocks, the sun was shining (this was
about midday) and I could see other people coming from the house across the
beach directly towards me.But they were walking so slowly and I was so hot, that it
looked like a mirage. I couldn’t place whether I was looking at something real
... and talked to myself, telling myself to ‘be strong’ and ‘don’t let them know you’re scared’. I am pathetic.
But I got back to town and went to grab something from my tent when I saw two arms make a T shape. Yes please!!
After a tea, Ruth said that the family was going to killoren and asked if I wanted to come. George stayed at home doing work applications (fun use of a holiday! Haha), and ...
... beach I have ever seen. But due to me having no idea how
to get around Colonsay (what I know now is a singular ringroad) I ended up
hitchhiking there so I didn’t get lost.I had no idea what to expect when I walked up that road, but
the view I got when I had the beach insight was amazing! The sand was golden….as
in the colour I would have used to depict a beach in a drawing I did when I was
... of anything. Because I didn’t know what this week
would bring I had no particular thing to think of.I went back inside and was talking to a lovely couple who
were going back to visit his family. Not a McPhee, but still.He asked where I was staying and I said I hadn’t booked
anything. Turns out (clever me) that the hotel, villas and hostel were all full.
On Colonsay! ...