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SkyeLark

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  • Full Name: Skye Lark ( 44 / Female )
  • Lives In: Kyleakin, Isle of Skye, Scotland
  • Citizenship: United Kingdom
  • Website: Cosy harbourside hotel on Skye
  • Marital Status: Married
  • Occupation: Hotelier
  • About SkyeLark:

    We left our jobs at the beginning of 2003 to buy the hotel for a better way of life - absolutely no regrets - we meet new people from all over the world and enjoy our work immensely - hence my Motto in life!

  • Hobbies:

    At the moment our hobbies revolve around the hotel and touring the area so we can offer guests/travellers as much genuine and firsthand information as possible - luckily we enjoy both tremendously!

  • Favourite places:

    Skye/Lochalsh (UK) - my No. 1 - I love water & mountains!
    Northumberland (UK) - esp. area around Seahouses/ Bamburgh - fantastic beaches/scenery!
    Yorkshire Dales/Moors (UK) - more wilderness!!
    Washington DC (USA) - Smithsonian Museums - wow!
    Boston & New England (USA) - scenery is just great!
    Princeton, New Jersey (USA) - good friends & deer!
    Disney World Florida - I know - I've sold out!! What can I say - company sucks - I have no excuses at all - I am ashamed - but I loved it!

Latest Diary Entry

Tolls have been abolished on the Skye Bridge!!

Posted by SkyeLark | 30th January 2005

Just in case you haven't caught up with Skye news yet - the tolls were removed on
the 21st December 2004 - you can drive over to the Isle of Skye for free now! Go to
www.skat.org.uk for full details, including details of SKAT's long drawn out fi

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Scotland

I will try to offer genuine advice & information about visiting the Skye and Lochalsh area. The area is often misrepresented and I think it's a shame - with a bit of local help, travellers can discover all the stuff that makes the area so unforgettable - rather than just the obvious tourist traps!

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