Islay (Scotland) Reviews
Newest Review: ... also played a big part in WW1 and WW2 making an excellent posting station for troops. That was a very basic round up of Islays history but I just wanted to prove that it had a big hand in Scotland's history. However even after all this time Islay still remains very preserved and still seems to be a couple of decades behind the rest of Scotland. However this is the thing which attracts a lot of people to the area. ===Wildlife=== Tourists from Scotland and behond come to Islay because of the Wildlife. You notice when you are there, there are a lot of photographers who come to the area to take photos of the animals. As the area is pretty ... more
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by - written on 04/01/09 (Very useful, 313 readings)
===What Is It?=== The Isle of Islay (Pronounced Eye-la) lyes on the West Coast of Scotland. This beautiful little Island hosts everything from distilleries to wildlife to golf. It is a common destination to get away to and can only be accessed by Ferry. It is an amazing get away to. ===My Personnel Experience=== My first trip to Islay was when I was only eight years old. I don't really remember it that well but I remember absolutely loving it! Then over the years I have been 4 times more and now that i'm sixteen, I hope to go again. Islay is very special to me, as all my other friends went to Spain or the USA, I was living it up on a 3 degrees beach! ... Read the complete review
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