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On the Way to Port Charlotte  
   

On the Way to Port Charlotte

Poor cow, you're screwed when the tide comes in (when we drove back though, the entire herd had joined her)
Islay - Day 18, 19, and 20 - Slainte

August 18th 2011
Tuesday morning, we got up and jumped in the car again in order to go to Finlaggan (on the way to Port Askaig) where they used to crown the lord of the isles and where they ruled form the 12th to about the 15th century....I won't write about it, you can read more here: http://www.finlaggan.com/about.asp. I wasn't really sure what to expect, but they do have a little visitor's centre ( ... read more
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