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The Islay Whisky Guide 2017

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The Islay Whisky Guide 2017

 

Discover The Isle of Islay this summer. This Island is the southernmost island of the Inner Southern Hebrides of Scotland and can be found in Argyll and Bute.

The proper pronunciation for Islay is Eye-la, however, it is known to locals as the Queen of the Hebrides. This little island is an industrial marvel and has eight working whisky distilleries on the island.

There are a few reasons why tourists choose to visit this part of Scotland, the stunning scenery, mysterious wildlife and the lovely locals are just a small part of what it has to offer. If you not able to visit the town anytime soon, you can get a taste of this Island’s heritage through its bottles of rare Islay Whisky.

UK Luxury Spa Resorts – Where To Next?

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UK Luxury Spa Resorts – Where To Next?

Are you working over the spring break? If the answer is yes, make sure you make some time for an obligatory spa trip in the UK. We promise nothing rids stress better than packing your bags and heading out of the city.

Us Brits are incredibly lucky and nowadays, you don’t have to go too far to find a peaceful and luxurious resort.  Whether you are looking for a day away or a spa stay, the UK is full of relaxing locations.

If you are going alone or planning a group weekend with the girls, here is a list of some of the best places to relax, unwind from the daily grind.

The Best West Coast Day Trip Locations

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The Best West Coast Day Trip Locations

Who says you need to go abroad this summer? Scotland has a number of scenic beach locations that are just an hour or two away from Glasgow’s city centre. No matter what the weather is, these locations have ice cream shops open all year round – making them winners in our eyes!

However, there are some days, rare though they may be that the clouds part and the sun shine through. Get your bucket and spade out and start praying for some glorious Scottish weather. Here are some of the beach beaches that are just a train, drive or bus away from Glasgow.

4 Things To Do While Visiting Largs Marina

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4 Things To Do While Visiting Largs Marina

 

Largs has recently won Marina Of The Year (2017)! Known and loved by boat owners, it appears that is the best place to dock this summer. While you are in town, make sure that you are getting out and about this gorgeous seaside location.

Largs Marina

Even if you do not own a boat, it is well worth your while to visit Largs Yacht Haven during the summer months. The scenic spot offers beautiful views and is an excellent sheltered position that has communications for links to the central belt of Scotland and the rest of the UK.

Luxury Skin Care Treatments: Chemical Peels Glasgow

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Luxury Skin Care Treatments: Chemical Peels Glasgow

 

With plastic surgery becoming a popular option for more people, chemical peels Glasgow is up there with one of the most popular non- surgical skin treatments Glasgow. facial aesthetics Glasgow is extremely widespread for women and men alike that are unhappy with their skin. A skin peel Glasgow can treat fine lines and wrinkles, sun damaged skin, as well as even out uneven pigmentation. If you are unhappy with your skin and feel like it needs a boost of life, chemical peels Glasgow treatment might be perfect for you. Here is a quick guide to this skin treatment Glasgow that will provide you with all the information you need on the skin peel Glasgow treatment.

Scottish Indulgence: The Best Places to Visit in Scotland

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Scottish Indulgence: The Best Places to Visit in Scotland

Scotland is a treasure trove, full of hidden getaways that you will not find anywhere else in the UK. There are fantastic places in Scotland that you need to see. From the hill of the highlands to the bustling capital city, there is something for everyone. Do not let the weather deter you, here in Scotland, there are plenty of indoor places to visit. Come and explore the beautiful country of Scotland, and explore places that you could only dream of.

5 Course Ideas for Those Seeking a Career Change: Including a Water Rescue Course.

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5 Course Ideas for Those Seeking a Career Change: Including a Water Rescue Course.

Everyone at some point or another gets to the stage in life where they feel stuck in Groundhog Day. Perhaps you have ended up in a career by accident that you feel doesn’t suit you. Or have been doing the same thing day in day out and have become stuck in a rut.

This is a completely natural scenario and it is becoming more common for this restlessness to occur earlier in life. Gone are the days of strictly mid-life crises, life crises no longer discriminate and single out one age group. Indeed, more of the Generation Y sub-category are facing a similar problem to that of their parents. Due to an influx of choices, technology and temptation this younger generation are becoming increasingly dissatisfied with their situations quickly.

People no longer settle for marriage and starting a family in their early 20s, they want to go out and experience the world and new cultures, they go to university and come out no surer of which career path to go down. Research by British psychologists suggested that educated twenty or thirty year-olds are most likely to suffer from a quarter life crisis. Finding themselves thrown into the real world and out of adolescence can lead to a period of confusion and dissatisfaction.

One great way to shake things up is to dive head first into a new and perhaps unusual career option. Courses are a great place to start in this process and allow you to gain the qualifications needed to make this next step. Here are some of the courses we felt are a good place to start. There are some of the usual suspects on the list as well as some unusual ones, like the water rescue course.

Sailing in Scotland: Seafood and Whiskey Galore.

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Sailing in Scotland: Seafood and Whiskey Galore.

The west coast of Scotland is one of the UK’s hidden gems when it comes to sailing. This is largely because it offers first class scenery at an affordable price. Not to mention the fresh local seafood that can be found in the majority of Scottish coastal towns. Here are just a few of Scotland’s top destinations where you can combine your love of seafood, whiskey and sailing.