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The Massacre at Trumpan Church

On the 1st Sunday in May of 1578, a retaliatory event in an ongoing feud led to one of the most well-known MacLeod stories, and one with ruins that can be still visited today– The massacre at Trumpan Church. 260 more words

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Plovdiv at Night

Plovdiv is a great city to visit, famed for its Revival-era old town and Roman past but, especially in the summer, midday lighting makes for some very harsh looking photos. 77 more words


Can Traditional Bhutan Survive Tourism ?

Bhutan is commonly described as “heaven on earth.”  Heaven, though, has been getting a lot of visitors recently.

Travelers have started to take notice of Bhutan, great news for the nation that’s banking on tourism for economic grow. 1,222 more words

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Chamonix Part 2: Mountain Beauty

Continuing today my summary of my quick trip to Chamonix, France that I started a bit ago,  allow me to tell you a little bit about a thing called ‘natural beauty’. 873 more words


Tourism - Core Paths

I am often asked about core paths – you can contact the access officer, Matt Dent

For information about access in the Highlands please email:  43 more words


Tourism - Limekiln Wind Farm, Reay

Whatever your personal view on the wind farm situation, this Sunday is an opportunity to meet others and chat about it in the light of new information and pictures submitted earlier this week.  77 more words



There goes the skipjack H.M. Krentz, with Captain Ed Farley giving tours of the Miles River complete with a history of the oyster industry in the Chesapeake Bay. 14 more words