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... flavors and the drying effect of the oak on the palate. Or, maybe it's the honey and fudge juxtaposed with red apple. Whatever the case may be, the 18yr is in a class by itself in terms of malts at that age (and there are no shortage). No wonder George IV is reputed to have personally requested Glenlivet whisky, even before he made its distillation legal. No worries though, Scotland Yard won't be knocking on your door if you order it from us. $89.99 Net
... but it's on grass.. and there is body contact.. Let's just say it was extremely interesting to watch! After making sure we had the correct bus times to go back to Inverness, we stayed at the field and watched the game! It was so cool to see organized sports being played, and felt just like home with all the people watching on the sidelines and cheering from the bleachers. After we took the bus home, we had some lunch and then went for a walk around the city. We went along ...
... Sunday we woke up and watched the proposal, went for a long walk and relaxed! I facetimed with some people which was so nice :) We spent most of Monday in book stores which was so wonderful! We went for a long walk in the morning around the residential areas, and than came across Leakys bookstore! It felt like you were in Harry Potter :) they had tons of used books, a wood burning fire place, and a ...
It is law that Scottish land belongs to the Scottish people. The Right to Roam, as it's known, says that any person traveling may camp pretty much wherever they like, and when you've seen Inverness, you will know that any backpacker's dream would be to hike the path through the highlands to ultimately reach this point. It's a beautiful concept, and this idea of freedom ...
... and her partner were on their way home from Stornoway (Hebrides) so came via Nairn to join us and spend the night. Once we had made a dash to the supermarket for the appropriate drinks the day started in earnest. It kicked off with a parade by the Pipe Bands who continued to play on and off for the rest of the day. I just love the Bagpipes (sorry Mr D they are still my favourite) It was a bit ...
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