The Colonsay

Address: Scalasaig, Isle of Colonsay, The Hebrides, Scotland, PA61 7YP, United Kingdom | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Isle of Colonsay

    And more scotch

    A travel blog entry by dannib on Oct 13, 2014

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    ... barrel (most scotch is finished in bourbon, port or sherry barrels). The third was one of the first Octomore they produced with 80 ppm of peat. The latest Octomore has just been released with 258 ppm of peat.

    By by the way if you like gin try The Botanist which they also produce. It is available in Canada. In Alberta for sure but not sure about SK.

    Scotland 3

    A travel blog entry by colleengeoff on Sep 06, 2014

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    ... the cave. I'm afraid I chickened out of going into the cave I find sheer drops & surging seas below a little intimidating but others went in & sang as you are supposed to do. We got back safely & then found out our roommate had also taken food & a torch in case we had been stranded there over night !!! 9/9/2014. Tuesday Today is Pilgrimage day. Geoff & I - because of our dodgy feet have decided to go on the short walk. It is only 3 miles ...

    Oban and the Isle of Seil

    A travel blog entry by argyllbookworm on Sep 02, 2014

    22 photos

    ... br> Beyond Loch Lomond the road starts to rise towards Crianlarich where another busy scene of construction activity greets us. Crianlarich, the main destination signposted for the north from the Erskine Bridge owards, is just a tiny scrap of a village at the crossing of the road north with that east: but now it is about to be dignified by a bypass. This trip will never be the same again! Even more construction work is evident when we turn west at ...

    Sea, sky and solitude in Knapdale

    A travel blog entry by argyllbookworm on Jun 27, 2014

    18 photos

    The sun is above the horizon for 17.5 hours a day just now, so that even when one is an owl, waking up late on a bright morning allows for a long day of exploring. Soon I am on the road west, Vivaldi playing cheerfully, between road verges topped by a froth of pinkish-brown grass heads mixed with white cow parsley and bright pink campion. Westwards means crossing the Rest and Be Thankful pass, the sole route in the area to the Argyll peninsula and ...

    The Sandcastle

    A travel blog entry by lisaajane on May 30, 2014

    1 comment, 27 photos

    ... Which I shouldn’t have been! I have been around cows at a closer distance than that, and in a much more terrifying place. I was on a beach here, I could go anywhere. My cousins and uncle would be horrified at was a wuss I was being!

    But I wanted to get back to safety (i.e. walking through the paddock they just came from to get to another paddock full of sheep. I don’t like sheep).

    So what did I do? Held my head ...