What the visitors thinkI get lots of emails with questions and even some with compliments . . . Yes compliments! Whatever next ?
Just wanted to say I love your website. It's refreshing to read something written by someone who's passion shines through. Being a website builder myself I know how much hard work goes into it. TomThanks Tom. It was good to talk to you.
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Sunday Liverpool, sun still shining. Just home from a most delightful week in Oban,your web forecast of weather very acurate.The accommodation at the esplanade court was 1st class in a well equipped flat in excellent condition. The eating out at Manor House and The Fish restaurant on the pier top marks - The trip to Mull and back - The trip to Loch etive - My binoculars returned over night and even though you couldn't promise a heatwave by jove we had one. CLASS ACT as they sayJoe has just celebrated his 80th birthday and has been awarded an MBE in the Queens birthday honours list ~ ~ way to go Joe!
Best wishes Joe Lambton
"I love your site. Having just visited Oban a few weeks ago for the third time, I can say that I wish I had discovered the site before our recent visit! My husband Alan and I just love Oban and the Western Highlands. Best wishes, Carol".
"Hi, I have been to Oban on holiday some years ago and have been telling my friend in America that it never gets really dark in Oban.Can you confirm this as they think I am having them on. Is it all year round or only certain months. Can you play golf at night ?. Thank you Kathy"I can't play golf in the daylight never mind the dark! But yes, you're correct, we have lots of daylight during the summer months - click here for more info
"As a local man born and raised in Oban, you obviously have a vast and very personal knowledge of the area, and your great love and enthusiasm for your birthplace shines through in your writing. We knew about two of the vantage points, McCaigs Tower and Pulpit Hill, but hadn't heard of the Hydropathic Ruins, Battleship Hill or Radio Station Hill. But never mind, we now know of their existence for our next visit!" Carol, SunderlandHey it's her again! Thanks Carol, your cheque's in the post ~ ~ seriously, delighted to have been of assistance ~
We regularly stay at the Tralee Caravan Park. I wanted to say what a perfect place to stay - the beach is 50 yards from the caravans (which are 5 star). Children and dogs romp along the beach, and rock pools. It is a beautiful place that I felt deserves a mention.~~ Karen from ArgyllThank for that Karen. You don't say what part of Argyll you're from? Just goes to show we don't realise what's on our own doorstep. I have fond memories of the Tralee for as long as I can remember. Ganavan was anyday but Traleele was a Sunday treat! Swimming, jumping off the dunes, splashing about in the roock pools at the far end when a carefree kid, sucking the tummy in and trying to look cool as a cucumber when a teenager right up to a couple of years ago when we visited for a spin on the go-karts! (Still sucking the tummy in . . . )
"You never phone. You never come to see me. This is the best website in the world! Love MUM"OK, I made that one up! The rest are reproduced only with the permission of the author. I'd love to hear what you think. Please use the "email me" button on the navbar or go to the contact page
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