Tag Archive: Mallaig

Travel photography: Gorgeous gulls around Europe

I guess most people dislike seagulls? And It’s not hard to see why. Because they can be awfully noisy and aggressive. They’re waiting around like vultures for you to (almost) finish your fries… Continue reading

12 places in Europe to ‘get away from it all’ – once the world is back on track

Like many of you, the current and global Corona-crisis has left me stuck at home unable to travel or even go for a stroll in the local park. To be honest, it is… Continue reading

Travelooney’s Random Travel Awards 2017 – Part 2

2017 was a busy travel year for me and I’m many European memories and experiences richer as I start off 2018. Therefore I’d like to “reward” some of the destinations and locations I’ve… Continue reading

By train in Scotland: 9 great reasons to travel on the West Highland Line

There’s nothing like a good old train adventure, and the Scottish Highland is definitely not the worst place go on one. A place where you can take in all the beauty from your… Continue reading

Live from… Scotland: Travelling through the West Highlands

As I’m writing this I’m sitting in the lounge of my hostel for the night, overlooking the harbour of Mallaig – a small coastal town in the West Highlands of Scotland. Mallaig is… Continue reading