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    A New Thread

    We'll be there

    Will sort our own hotel though, I hear they let all the riff-raff in the Ceilidh Place Hotel

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    I'm booked in The Royal again.

    Fab place,great views and best brekky in town.

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    View looking t'other way:

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    Unfortunately no view of pissed campers puking up Jagermeister.





    Also,Mini-Me rumoured to be coming too and possibly Don'tcallmeshirley.


    PS

    No idea who fat bird is sitting on suitcase.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arsey View Post


    PS

    No idea who fat bird is sitting on suitcase.
    I do. It's the wife of one of the SS guys. She's very self conscious about her weight and is only just out of hospital with depression. I hope she doesn't see your post...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronno View Post
    I do. It's the wife of one of the SS guys. She's very self conscious about her weight and is only just out of hospital with depression. I hope she doesn't see your post...

    Ha ha


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    Quote Originally Posted by Packer View Post
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    In the spirit of strategic planning where can we go in 2011?
    How about Tentsmuir Forest, Fife?

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    Quote Originally Posted by freeloader View Post
    How about Tentsmuir Forest, Fife?
    Or take over the wigwams/campsite at Applecross ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arsey View Post
    Or take over the wigwams/campsite at Applecross ?
    Bloody hell Arsey, it was bad enough trying to get served in the Caley Bar on Saturday night - imagine 100 tossers all descending on the Applecross Inn at the same time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Klanky View Post
    Bloody hell Arsey, it was bad enough trying to get served in the Caley Bar on Saturday night - imagine 100 tossers all descending on the Applecross Inn at the same time.
    True,

    But they do hot food and there's a bar at the campsite.


    Probably a bit limited but alot of people seemed to just each fish and chips from the chippy in Ullapool.


    Anyway,can't you get 100 pies from Lochinver in yer panniers ?


    Steak and Ale for me please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arsey View Post
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    Anyway,can't you get 100 pies from Lochinver in yer panniers ?


    Steak and Ale for me please.

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    He might manage to fit 100 Lochinver pies into his panniers...

    ...but he can't fit the cash required into his wallet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arsey View Post
    Or take over the wigwams/campsite at Applecross ?
    For GOTC? Yer jokin', Martin. We were up there last summer for the Wigwambams and it was really great. For twenty of us.

    Applecross is magic but not for 75 to 100 in one group (plus the other folk who are there anyway). It would have nightmare written all over it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronno View Post
    For GOTC? Yer jokin', Martin. We were up there last summer for the Wigwambams and it was really great. For twenty of us.

    Applecross is magic but not for 75 to 100 in one group (plus the other folk who are there anyway). It would have nightmare written all over it.
    What about here


    Have they got any accommodation ?
    onyack

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    What about here


    Have they got any accommodation ?
    onyack
    Don't know if they do. Bowmore does though. Could be a fine ride out around all the Islay distilleries.
    Gert

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arsey View Post
    What about here


    Have they got any accommodation ?
    onyack
    You've got a wee taste for that now I see

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nakambale View Post
    Don't know if they do. Bowmore does though. Could be a fine ride out around all the Islay distilleries.
    Bowmore's accomodation is quite stunning. The prices reflect that

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    Just had email to say loftyboy is booked in at The Royal.

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    Just to add,as far as I know all single rooms at The Royal for £45 per night are now taken.

    They still have twins obviously and can do them for £60 per night B & B for single occupancy as well as the twin rates mentioned

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