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Travel Report: Cool Spots Around Oban, Scotland.

Cool Spots Around Oban. July 2019. Having already posted a bunch of travel reports from the key sights in Oban, it’s now time to mop up the best of the rest, with my handpicked locations from across this lovely Scottish town. So sit back, put your feet up and let me show you my Cool […]

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Travel Report: The Lancaster Hotel, Oban.

July 2019. Hotels certainly don’t come cheap in Oban. In fact, my sister and I spent a fair chunk of time trying to track down a reasonably priced joint to lay our heads. In the end, after much research, we reluctantly settled on The Lancaster Hotel Oban. I say reluctantly because of the consistently crappy […]

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Travel Report: St Columba’s Cathedral, Oban.

St Columba’s Cathedral, Oban July 2019. For the umpteenth time I promised myself that I wouldn’t do any church articles. After all, I would have my hands more than full with a wide range of delightful location reports from across Oban, right? Well, yeah. But then, as fate would have it, someone built a massive […]

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Travel Report: McCaig’s Tower, Oban, Scotland.

McCaig’s Tower, Oban. July 2019. The Scottish town of Oban is an incredibly beautiful place for so many reasons. From the dramatic sight of Dunollie Castle to the deep blue waters of Oban Bay with its various islands, this place is certainly a feast for the old eyeballs. Moreover, and perhaps most impressive of all, you’ve […]

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Travel Report: Ee-usk Seafood Restaurant, Oban.

Ee-usk Seafood Restaurant, Oban. July 2019. Ask me if I’m into seafood and I’m likely to give a muted response. Seafood? Meh. But actually, whenever I have seafood I really enjoy it. I just can’t be assed with picking bones out of my dinner and generally I don’t want my dish to have eyes. Moreover, […]

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Travel Report: Dunollie Castle Museum, Oban.

Dunollie Castle Museum. July 2019. It was a stunning summer’s afternoon in Oban as Natalie and I made our way down the nature path towards Dunollie Castle Museum. Another Scottish castle for the Leighton Travels back catalogue then, although this one was certainly different from anything I’d seen before. In fact, the main draw here […]

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