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The Choice Blog is a place where we will post interesting places, events, ideas and things that we've noticed whilst putting the magazine together. They may be things that will develop into stories or justa great cafe that we called in at on a trip that we though we'd share with you. Please share and comment on social media please.

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Scotch Road Trip Day 2

It was more a case of speed bonny bridge rather than boat when we crossed from the mainland over to Skye. The road bridge has transformed communication with the island. It would have made life a lot easier for Bonny Prince Charlie and Flora MacDonald for sure but not such a good story. The drive over from Inverness is spectacularly beautiful even in the rain. It obviously put off the Loch Ness Monster as we drove past. We stopped off at Eilean Donan Castle as a fitting backdrop for our VW Touareg. A local photography club was there, too.

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Scotch Road Trip Day 1

Set out this morning with Clive Nicholls and his trusty cameras on a Scottish road trip heading for the Isle of Skye via a night in Inverness. When we turned off the A1 at Scotch Corner Clive went all misty eyed.

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Oli Weatherall: A life robbed of spontaneity

The only place 22 year old business student Oli Weatherall can truly relax is at his parent's home in Farnham, Surrey. He saya: "I know I'll be safe there because there are no peanuts or sesame seeds around." Having anaphylaxis has robbed his young life of spontaneity and fun because Oli has to be constantly on the alert.

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Editors Letter: An unexpected special guest

I was expecting a minor actor from Emmerdale or a perma-tanned, Botox-lipped cast member from The Only Way is Essex to switch on the Christmas lights at a nearby town. Instead, in white smock it was Malcolm The Fish Man along with a local pro snooker star who stood with hand poised over the read button. Real people? It changed my whole perspective of the event, saying much more about the Christmas spirit than the use of paid "celebs" that has been the norm in recent years.

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