"On a trip around the Inner Hebrides a few years ago, my family and I planned a visit to Easdale, one of the Slate Islands. Whilst there, I stumbled across the Easdale Folk Museum, where I learned of the least known Slate Island, Belnahua.
Keeping this in the back of my mind for future reference, I organised a trip for myself and 7 other members of my extended family. With Easdale being one of my wife’s favourite islands, we agreed to add this to our already hectic itinerary.
During my research of Easdale over the internet I came across the SEAFARI website. I carefully perused the available boat trips and quickly realised that they offered landing cruises on Belnahua.
I e-mailed SEAFARI to learn whether a trip would be taking place on the day we were going to Easdale. My luck was in! I also checked that my young son would be allowed on the crossing. SEAFARI were happy for my son to go, as long as were happy taking him ..."
The rest of this article is available as 'Visiting Belnahua' on the Articles and Reviews page.