Travel, exploration & adventure

The remote areas of the British Isles - Stac, Armi

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Mysterious places! I wish I could go there, mysterious ghost town
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looking stunning!
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Among these are tiny private islands, remote, one-shop islands – the kind of places where knitting or weaving are still described as industries – and rugged islands with soaring cliffs that rear out of the sea.
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This seems like a beautiful relaxing place to get away from it all.
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The poem called Belfast Confetti tells of the attacks made by the IRA. It also shows the extent to which an Irish man was interrogated by British Police and how he failed to be able to answer their questions due to a language barrier. The moral of the poem is that without.
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Wherever you are in the British Isles you’re never more than about 75 miles from the sea. But with around 5,000 islands scattered around the coastline and beyond, reaching some of the more remote outposts can be an adventure in itself.

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Wow sounds like a place for me. I have always wanted to disappear from the world for a while, it seems like this could be a good place to do it.
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The most isolated isles are St Kilda, around 100 miles off Scotland, which became a Unesco World Heritage Site for nature 30 years ago this summer and are now recognised for its cultural heritage too. Dubbed “the islands on the edge of the world”, the archipelago was inhabited for thousands of years until 1930, when the dwindling community was finally evacuated.

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Wow sounds like a place for me. I have always wanted to disappear from the world for a while, it seems like this could be a good place to do it.
I will meet you there. I think after Hillary is elected I will pack up and we can spend the rest of our life fishing and whatever else you can do here.
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