Lochmaddy Hotel

Address: Bayhead, Lochmaddy, HS6 5DS , North Uist, The Hebrides, Scotland, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Bayhead, Lochmaddy, HS6 5DS , North Uist, is near Fingal's Cave.
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      Isle of Skye

      A travel blog entry by murrayc60 on Nov 18, 2014

      20 photos

      ... follow the river up towards the Black Cuillins crossing a number of small streams on your way. The path leads you for ever onwards and with each new crossing the pools become more enchanting, the stream rushing over small rock faces creating lovely waterfalls and the clearest pools I have ever seen. Each new pool took us ever closer to the base of the Black Cuillins mountains, these were majestic. The Cuillin Hills are counted among the ...

      Isle of Skye

      A travel blog entry by murrayc60 on Nov 17, 2014

      1 comment, 20 photos

      ... This ridge runs from the peak of The Storr in the South East, through the striking Quiraing near Staffin, to end abruptly near Flodigarry in the north. On the way it produces memorable sights, the most notable of which are the Old Man of Storr in the south, The Needle and The Prison in the Quiraing. Continuing along the coastal road we sighted the Old Man of Storr himself, and stopped to view Kilt Rock from its vantage point ...

      Isle of Skye

      A travel blog entry by murrayc60 on Nov 16, 2014

      2 comments, 15 photos

      ... great when it's dark. Neist Point is the most westerly point on Skye, the soaring cliffs, crashing waves and untainted air make you want to stay forever. We spent 3 hours here strolling along the path to the Light House and then climbed to the top of a Bluff to view the other side. We decided that today we would concentrate on discovering the area around Dunvegan. Headed off towards Dunvegan Castle in the afternoon, which unfortunately is now out ...

      Was that Richard the Bruce (with apology)?

      A travel blog entry by rnjemk on Jun 02, 2014


      ... and I talking. That was, however, just the start of the surprises. But, first, I should describe the accoster.

      He was around probably around 75 years of age,150cm tall, bald on top but with luxuriously long but straggly hair at sides and back hanging over his collar, an open and gregarious manner, glasses, but eyes that drilled holes, the broadest - almost unintelligible - Scotch accent, topped off with a blue Royal National Lifeboat Institute (RNLI) cap. Once engaged, ...

      And I thought 1944 was the Year of the Monkey!

      A travel blog entry by rnjemk on May 16, 2014


      ... swarm in the ears is said to be worse than the worst tinnitus. And if they get to your eyes, the visual effect of the swarm on the eyelids makes the very best mascara pale into insignificance. And, of course, they are biting. Normal exposure brings up red, itchy welts. Allergic reaction brings angry red welts and swelling. Not a good look!! Fortunately, if you avoid areas of peat, or the wind is blowing, midges are not a problem. I mentioned repellant: the very best ...