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The Highlands Hostels
The Highlands Hostels
Isle of Muck
Kyle of Lochalsh
The Highlands Kommentare
is such a beautiful place. Take a walk at dusk along the canal and admire the beautiful old houses. Do a MacBackers tour through the higlands. Cheap as chips and a fabulous experience.
I've seen guidebooks write rather demeaning articles about
, yet I found it a nice place to stay. There's nice scenery, people, food, and it's a good base for traveling further afield.
was wonderful. It has such a peaceful feeling, the people were so friendly. We spent a lot of time during the day at the little shops and the evenings at the local pubs. We'll be back.
is an amazing place. I went there this summer and it may the most beautiful place that I have ever been. It is also wonderfully peaceful. I could have sat on those beaches for hours. I didn't want to leave.
We came by air from the south of England to Glasgow and by train to
--- the most beautiful journey ever. Our friends met us and transported us to their yacht in Mallaig Harbour, what a peaceful place. The next morning we were greeted by the amazing spectacle of a huge seal sporting with fishermen on the trawlers as they held up great silvery fish by their tails, and the best fed seal in Scotland leapt out of the water to lunge at the fish, where upon he or she was thrown some slithery fishy bits by the trawler chaps. Better than the telly any day!
, (Malaig), on the north-west coast of Scotland, is a lively working fishing port. Malaig has a number of good eating places, and of course being Scotland, an adequate number of pubs. You can get a ferry from Malaig to Skye, to the Islands of Eigg, Rhum, Muck, and Canna, and there is also another smaller ferry that takes you round past the mouth of Loch Nevis (where you can see Dolphins and Seals), to Inverie, to one of the most isolated Inn's in Britain (there's no road, and it's a 40 mile walk to it from the nearest road, 80 round trip) if you want to get away from it all for a while. Not far from Malaig, is Morar, where the truly beautiful Silver sands of morar are to be found. The road from Fort William to Malaig is one of spectacular scenery, as is this whole area, and you can also take the steam train, from Fort William to Mallaig, on the West Highland Line, which offers superb scenery, and crosses the great aqueduct bridge, near to where Bonnie Prince Charlie, came…
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