Do you use Google as a map source these days? If you do, does that mean you trust the information you find one-hundred-percent? Perhaps you need to have a re-think if the answer is yes.
Google maps have managed to sink an entire island, the island of Jura of the coast of Scotland. Google have at least managed to leave the name Jura in situ but sadly the island is no more.
The latest Google map updates resulted in the error, and apologies have now been given, with reassurances that it will be rectified with the next updates. Until then Jura may remain a well kept secret for travellers.
The Island is located in the Inner Hebrides and has a world famous Whiskey Distillery. Those planning a visit will have to look hard when planning their journey. No doubt the draw of the Island's liquid gold will mean that would be visitors will go the extra mile to include a trip to Jura.
The A82 is the road that leads to the Jura bound ferry but as MSN News says that is for now at least a Road to Nowhere.
We thought readers might like to see a map from wikipedia which shows the small island of Jura in all its glory. The google map with Jura missing is displayed at the bottom of this report.