Scotland United Kingdom – Bagging a Munro

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Rate our ReviewsThere are many unusual customs and local oddities in our world, but you often need to travel about to stumble upon these gems.  I was fortunate to unearth one when my wife and I visited my eldest stepson, working a summer internship in Scotland.  We both enjoy hiking (and my stepson looked like […]

Gairloch, Scotland, United Kingdom: Don’t rue a ray of sunshine 

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Rate our ReviewsGairloch, Scotland, United Kingdom……Timing is everything.  We had moved away from our beloved Maine two years before making a trip to Scotland, so when my wife spotted a lighthouse perched upon a rugged coastline it tugged at her heartstrings.  Not only was Rua Reidh (pronounced “rue a ray”) visually stunning, it looked to be a convenient […]

Sealand, England – A step into the almost unknown! 

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Rate our ReviewsSealand, England …..8:00am on a Saturday morning and I’m with 25 of the worlds most travelled people in the unlikeliest venue of all, The Pier Hotel in Harwich, a small port town in Essex, from here you can get a ferry to the Netherlands.  Harwich residents are very proud to tell you it’s from here, […]