The Lochailort Inn

Address: Lochailort, Scottish Highlands, Scotland, PH38 4LZ , United Kingdom | 3 star inn
 
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      CATCHING UP

      A travel blog entry by piperwg on Nov 05, 2014

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      Sitting here in the hotel lobby free WIFI hotspot in Fort William after a lovely train trip yesterday then a little bit if a disaster- but more of that in the next blog. Here's a bit of catch up. On Saturday Wendy, Charlie and I walked from their home up to some local woods adjacent to the new hospital which conveniently had a Starbucks which even more conveniently ...

      Ancestors

      A travel blog entry by dannib on Oct 14, 2014

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      ... heaven and earth meet. Also several kings including Macbeth are supposed buried on Iona at the Abbey.

      Our second day was a tour of Duart Castle. This holds special significance to John and Pat as it is the home of the Chief of the Maclean Clan, Lachlan Maclean. Their Mom was a Maclean. We were a little disappointed as the gift shop and tearoom had closed the week before but we could still ...

      The Isle of Skye = indescribable beauty

      A travel blog entry by elrothchild on Oct 12, 2014

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      ... story, I was a little big glad that the faeries didn't show themselves and offer me passage. Note on the Faerie Glen, things were almost unnaturally green there. It really was like stepping into another world. We spent the night in the town of Kyleakin, where I went for a pre-dinner hike to the ruins of Castle Maol. Dinner was in the local pub, where I met pretty much everyone who lived in Kyleakin, learned a billiards game called Killer, and just generally had a ...

      Jimmy's coastal walk : Day 73

      A travel blog entry by jimmyhudson on Jul 11, 2014

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      ... miles to Tarbet the day before.
      At the village of Morar I called at a house to refill my water bottles for the last time and turned north to Mallaig. The busy A 830 has a good foot/cycle path alongside so I didn't have to concentrate too hard.
      Arriving in Mallaig just before midday I treated myself to tea and scones on the terrace of the Tea Garden restaurant overlooking the harbour. The town was busy with tourists and it was a ...

      Time to mull over the Isle of Mull

      A travel blog entry by rnjemk on May 02, 2014

      ... in their parent's range until their second or third year, are ready to mate at around 5 years, but normally do not produce fledglings until around 7 years of age. Apparently, they are not very successful parents on their initial attempt: they do not know how to build a robust nest and, if they do that successfully, the adults tend to stomp on the egss before they hatch. We humans are not the only ones with a lot to learn on our first attempt!! Today we saw ...