The Tarbert Hotel

Harbour St., Tarbert, Argyll and Bute, Scotland, PA29 6UB , United Kingdom | Hotel
Prices starting from $183.00

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A laze around kind of day

A travel blog entry by katemagnolia


... couple of days and I will see one of the places I come from. After this, we will go to Aberdeen for a day and a night and see if there are any Dickies in the phone book. We will head down to Edinburgh the next day and look at the beautiful sights there for a couple of days. After this we will have had our full of Scotland and will go down to Newcastle upon Tyne so that I can claim my Mather fortune. Then the bright lights of London await us. As we have been using Nic's ...

Today I skimmed stones by the beach

A travel blog entry by katemagnolia


... trick called a 'duck ****' which he thought was hilarious. With tired feet we made our way to the house where Caroline cooked a stir fry for tea. Like Wallace and Grommet we again enjoyed Wesley dale cheese (Yorkshire cheese, unpasteurised and delicious) for dessert with oat cakes. Tomorrow we will go into Rothesay on Bute Island to enjoy some different scenery. Thinkin of nana and ...

A day without sicky Nicky

A travel blog entry by katemagnolia


... she was creeping in the long grass towards the stop. Quite peculiar. After she was safely behind a fence she told me in a musical Scottish lilt that she was hiding from her cat, a small black moggie that followed her everywhere. "The neighbours think I'm mad, but I couldnae have 'er in the road! She's got no sense" the bus driver knew the locals and when he came she ...

Our third day in a home

A travel blog entry by katemagnolia


... a 'foreign' cheese labelled 'salad cheese'. Calculated guess told me I had found what I was looking for. After thirty minutes of looking finding and pricing we came up to the counter. Nic had 40 pounds (nz 80ish) and we assumed that would be enough, based on the roughy tally. After trying to ask the lady three times I realised, again by observing, that we were expected to pack our own bags. She showed us the amount on the screen: 80 pounds! I felt sick and my stomach churned. I ...

Outer Hebrides- Isle of Harris

A travel blog entry by eric.suzy


... the ocean cliffs at the Butt of Lewis. The Butt is the northernmost coast of the Hebrides, and the windiest! Rob, our guide, said it was the only place he wouldn't wear his kilt ;) However, when we got there it was sunny and only a little breezy, just perfect for a stop on the small beach and walk along the rocky ledge to the lighthouse built in 1862. The perfect ending to a wonderful weekend on Lewis and Harris!


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