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Nancy-Raven 
Posted: 13-Jul-2005, 07:59 PM
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Last time I was invited for dinner my sister show me books she receive when she visited her nanny in Scotland.She just show me a map and since that I can't stop thinking about this.When should I went and where.I take a look on everything which could be interesting : castle and place to visit , highland games.I will have a list of place to vsit.Two weeks will not be enough ,I think.
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Posted: 13-Jul-2005, 09:14 PM
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I have an idea, cherie -- why don't you ask your new MacLean friend for some suggestions? And see their castle. wink.gif

I can't stop thinking about it when I look at the map either. Most of my wish list is in the highlands and western islands -- St Kilda (but I'd never make the landing, which is only for the very fit) smile.gif -- and Cape Wrath. . . and Arkle. . . and Fingal's Cave. . . and Dunvegan on Skye. . . and the crazy little airport at Barra, where you can fly in when the tide's out.
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Posted: 15-Jul-2005, 06:48 PM
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Well Stoirmeil , I didn't ask them because they didn't have a forum for discussion and I didn't send the request to be member because I carefully think about what I can say and what I am ready to do and be imply.It's a bit like an adoption , why should we adopt you?In any case my sister will be a bit like a guide and she really enjoying returning there.

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Posted: 15-Jul-2005, 07:16 PM
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Two weeks may not be long enough, indeed. I'm planning on at least that long when I go. Granted a day or two may be spent heading down to England, to visit someone in London too...


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Posted: 16-Jul-2005, 12:20 PM
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Totally agree with you Aaediwen.Two weeks is not enough that's why I'm planning a 3 weeks .My sister told me we can visit England too,at least a bit of it and do some ghost walk which is suppose to interest me so much,I think it will .And I want to see every castle!!
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Posted: 16-Jul-2005, 06:38 PM
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If it's anything like Ireland, you couldn't see every castle in a years time...
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So I suggest staying for a year!

(that'd be what I'd do)


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