The Moorings

East Bay, Mallaig, Lochaber, Scottish Highlands, Scotland, PH41 4QS, United Kingdom | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Mallaig

Where the Fairies swim...

A travel blog entry by jolawrence1


... lovely walk up the pools, stopping to take pictures ad holding back Murray from launching herself off the side. Alex managed a cracker of a shot at the very last Fairy Pool, even if I did start walking back on my own as I got bored waiting for him! Honestly how long does it really take to take one picture!!! Still, a bit of minor bickering aside, and then getting rained on thoroughly halfway back to the car, we had a lovely day, and the rain ...

And then it snowed some more...

A travel blog entry by jolawrence1


Ever the professional, and just a little bit excited to be let loose with his camera on somewhere as magnificent as The Isle of Skye, Alex wasn't about to let a little something like a bit of snow stop him. Well when I say a bit of snow, it was more like a few hours of rather heavy blizzards. I managed to sleep through ...

Somewhere over the rainbow...

A travel blog entry by jolawrence1


... given to us by the helpful owners, we realised that to reach the house, you can either park at the end of the road, and walk across the rocky beach, or as we did in our trusty 4x4, drive it. Murray, by this time wide awake and looking excitedly out of the window, really didn't know what to make of it. Neither did the friendly sheep who appeared to be grazing on... seaweed?
Anyway after bumbling across the beach, we ...

Plockton Kishorn and fun

A travel blog entry by gdandpj2013


... Central, that he was involved building, along with 3000 others. Some stats then. The hole is 80 metres deep. It was dug from scratch in bare rock for the purpose at the end of the 70s. The gear by modern standards was tiny. It cost 10Mil GBP to dig the hole. The platform base that they built in the hole was 140m in diameter and floated out the gates there was room for at least two tugs to get around it inside the hole. ...

Isle of Skye

A travel blog entry by stumblebum

Isle of Skye 180 Miles Setting off after a decent breakfast, our first stop was Eileen Donan Castle at Dornie. The castle is easily recognisable as it was used in the Highlander films. Next we crossed the Skye Bridge in the rain and followed the winding route to Portree, a small fishing village with a pretty harbour front (but not a lot else). ...

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