Colintraive Hotel

Address: Colintraive, Argyll and Bute, Scotland, PA22 3AS, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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      We start and two hours in stop for 'a wee dram'

      A travel blog entry by pinklady27 on Jul 30, 2014

      1 comment, 16 photos

      ... interesting to see how whiskey is made and learn why you get a single or double or even triple malt and what malt actually means. We even had a wee dram, fire that went down your throat leaving a warm glow, just the right thing to warm us up and fortify us for the next stage. Ready to move on we were less enthusiastic, but on catching up again with some of the walkers we had seen earlier we all admitted to finding ...

      Evening in Blairmore

      A travel blog entry by heymann on Aug 28, 2013

      5 photos

      ... hailed a car passing by and were told that it was just up the road - we couldn't miss it. After about another mile, we found it! We parked our bikes out front and went inside to discover that there were no patrons there.

      Fortunately, they were actually serving dinner. We sat back with a pint and struck up conversation with the bartender. Interestingly enough, he had worked with the Navy nearby in Holy Loch, which apparently had a large, active base for ...

      WHW Day 2 - Balmaha to Inverarnan (23 miles)

      A travel blog entry by paulreeves on Mar 29, 2013

      ... They were carrying more kit than Tommy's trailer and strode past us with ease. We arrived at Inversnaid to be greeted Finlay, lying on his back, showing why he doesn't have thumbs. He was taking a well earned rest before tackling the most challenging 7 miles of the day where we also found Eric tucking into tea and scones, Bobby B, as always, looking fresh, unflustered and as if he'd just strolled down the road to pick up a newspaper and Bobby McK extracting his poles ...

      Internet and more

      A travel blog entry by dawnc on Jul 24, 2012

      3 comments, 5 photos

      ... visible. Examining the gravestone again, I pulled back some grass and loose moss that just fell away to reveal the religious inscription easily readable on the base. While doing this I knelt down, felt something hard and found that was the second Fisher gravestone which was said to be buried under the grass. Bits revealed were very deeply chiseled, but I couldn’t actually see enough at a time to read it, however the inscription is recorded.

      I now know that except for ...

      Day 71 - Somethings afoot Watson

      A travel blog entry by jonathanashleyr on Jul 22, 2010

      5 comments, 17 photos

      ... Alistair's cheese sandwiches taken after a break, I manage to leave one of my poles against a tree. It's not good to be too relaxed sometimes. After rushing back to pick up the pole, in think I pull something in my lower right leg, just between the ankle and shin area. The next few hours walking grows progressively more difficult and by the time I reach Drumgoyach, I start to wonder whether i will ...