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Travel Report: Ben Nevis Distillery, Scotland.

June 2019. They make whisky in Scotland, you know. It seems to be very popular with people. I had a glass of whisky once and it tasted like someone had shoved The Olympic Torch down my throat. I remember thinking f****, I shan’t be doing that again. Nevertheless, I couldn’t leave Ben Nevis Distillery out […]

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Travel Report: The Moorings Hotel – Banavie, Scotland.

If you’re coming to Banavie and looking for a roof over your head, the swankiest place in the village is The Moorings Hotel. You can find it located right on the banks of The Caledonian Canal at the beginning of the The Great Glen Way hike from Banavie to Gairlochy. The Moorings is just a […]

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Travel Report: The Great Glen Way, Banavie to Gairlochy.

They say that The Great Glen Way in Scotland is one of the world’s most spectacular hiking routes. Stretching over 118 kilometres, this long distance path connects the southwest town of Fort William and the northeast cathedral city of Inverness. To conquer it in full there are nine stages to tackle. Furthermore, each leg offers up […]

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Travel Report: Banavie, Scotland.

The settlement of Banavie, Scotland lies within the Lochaber region of The Highlands. Located just four miles from the town of Fort William and the walking trails of Britain’s highest mountain, Ben Nevis, Banavie is a great base from which to discover the region’s vast natural beauty. Furthermore, this little village even has a handful […]

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Travel Report: St Abbs Village, Scotland.

May 2019. Ask a talented artist to draw a picture of the word rugged and you might just end up with something resembling the gorgeous St Abbs Village on the southeastern coast of Scotland. Jagged cliffs… crashing waves… charming old stone cottages… squawking seagulls… St Abbs is an authentic escape from 21st century modern life. […]

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Travel Report: Galashiels Town Centre, Scotland.

December, 2019. The Scottish community of Galashiels is a typical Borders town in many ways. Huddled snugly between lush terraces of green farmland, it’s a pretty enough place with a handful of charming spots. Ultimately though, there is very little to see and do. Not that this is a particularly terrible thing. Younger Leighton would have been […]

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