Islands Explorer - November / December 2015 Issue
issue was printed and published to appear in both shops and on subscribers'
mats on 18th October.
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Islands Explorer was launched in January 2000 and
has featured the work of over 200 writers. It is available in shops
throughout Scotland and by subscription to anywhere in the UK, Europe
and the World. The bi-monthly magazine is published by Ravenspoint
/ December 2015 issue is now on sale.
It is complemented
by a daily blog
providing insights into island life, issues, events and people.
for an interview given by the Editor to Private Island News.
/ December 2015 issue has now been published.
includes items on Orkney in Winter and Isolated
Islands in the Northern Waters; visits to Kintyre,
Muck and the Small Isles, Inch Kenneth, Lyness
on HoyCastle, Rum and the Isle
of Lewis; a feature on Black Isle Cycles
and A Personal Top Ten books on Scottish islands.
Another 'island-crossword' is compiled by Tom
Johnson, whose puzzles appear regularly in the Spectator
and Financial Times, is sponsored by The Islands
Vision for 2020
Always worth a
visit is the Island Quiz from our compiler, David Hoult, who regularly
presents a challenge to those readers wanting to have their knowledge
tested. In this edition the questions are on island bus routes.
Take a look at
this hotel which is handy for the Scottish Seabird Centre by clicking