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Standing outside our cottage, we could clearly see the Tobermory port, but to reach there we had to drive 11 miles down to Lochaline and take a 20 minute ferry ride to Fishnish. From here, we drove a further 11 miles and this time across the other side of the 'Sound of Mull' to reach our destination. Tobermory port is famous for its iconic 'Tobermory Distillery' and of course for the brightly colored buildings dotted along the length of the port as opposed to the monochrome buildings which are a common sight in most parts of mainland Scotland.
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Aros is a beautiful park near Tobermory. It offers many walking trails ranging from easy to moderate. When we parked our car at the Aros car park, it was a crisp winter day and the temperature hovered around Zero degree Celsius. It was indeed chilly but we deluded ourselves by looking at the Sun(which seemed only to be a source of light minus the heat) and started our 1.5 mile walk to the waterfall. It is a moderate walk, a little boggy at places and there's a view point at the end of the trail, with fantastic views of the waterfall.