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Lonely Planet, 2004 - Travel - 444 pages
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With its loch-studded glens, wind swept beaches, brooding castles and fire-lit pubs, Scotland's Highlands and islands form a region of striking beauty. Explore every wild corner with this guide. It brings 38 detailed maps, including a full-colour regional map; entertainment options to get you in the swing, from the Malt Whiskey Trail to the Highland fling; places to stay to suit every budget, including wigwams and hunting lodges; in-depth Activities chapter covering everything from Munro bagging to shipwreck diving; with Scottish-Gaelic language tips.

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About the author (2004)

Wilson after working as a geologist in Australia and the North Sea and doing geological research at Oxford University, he became a freelance writer and photographer.

Born and raised in Fife, Alan Murphy moved the short distance across the Tay Bridge to Dundee where he studied Politics and History before embarking on a career in journalism and travel guide writing.

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