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

      ... steps taking the coast road between Portree and Uig then up across the highlands to the Quirangs and back to Dunvegan. The mountains and scenery presented differently in the sunshine to yesterday's overcast, can't make up my mind if I prefer the magic of yesterday's fog or the brightness of today, both were exceptional. With the fading light brings the end of our time here on Skye, tomorrow we leave for Contin where we will once again spend the ...

      Isle of Skye

      A travel blog entry by murrayc60 on Nov 17, 2014

      1 comment, 20 photos

      ... Fairy Glen is unique with its twisted trees, odd grassy knolls, and Castle Ewen, which is a single pinnacle in the centre of this magical glen. After leaving the fairies we took C1225 ,again a single pass road, over the highland and through the majestic Quiraing. The Quiraing is a land slip on the eastern face of Meall na Suiramach, the northernmost summit of the Trotternish. The whole of the Trotternish Ridge was formed by a ...

      Isle of Skye

      A travel blog entry by murrayc60 on Nov 16, 2014

      2 comments, 15 photos

      ... to view. Followed the narrow road to the very end and walked for 1 mile (so the sign said), seemed further to me, to view the Claigan Coral Sand beach. Very unusual to see this stunning white beach, where there is no sand to be washed up at all. The beach is actually coralline deposits, which are a type of seaweed known as Merle. Spent a few hours wondering around and taking more magnificent photos. Am looking forward to tomorrow and what the day will ...

      Was that Richard the Bruce (with apology)?

      A travel blog entry by rnjemk on Jun 02, 2014

      4 comments

      ... 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

      2 comments

      ... are so tiny that they can penetrate the gauze of a normal (eg., Australian, which we brought with us) fly-mosquito veil. Second, they are countless in their numbers. Third, they bite. And fourth, the are vigorously persistent. In anticipation, at the first opportunity we bought midge veils and have identified where we can buy midge repellant. Prophylaxis notwithstanding, given a moment's inattention, they swarm into one's ears, eyes and across any bare skin - and ...