GBP £5,000,000 (8.2 million American). A Realtor's ® dream!
Depart from London Heathrow via Edinburgh at 08:00 and be here in plenty of time for lunch, and when you leave Wick at 12:00 you will be back in Heathrow at 17:20.
host of a ghost.
It is believed that the ghost of Helen Gunn haunts the castle, who was the
daughter of an opposing family. When she was kidnapped at age
15 she jumped to her death from the battlements of the tower.
garden, formal lawns, woodlands and waterfront land with
five miles of sandy beach
to the castle and include tapestries and Persian rugs
Among non-Scottish buyers, the English are the most common, followed by other Europeans.
states Reg MacDonald, the regional director of Re/Max Scotland.
If you are to live in the Highlands, you will certainly need to practice
your Scottish sayings.
Repeat after me ~
- Fit Like? - An Aberdeen greeting, meaning how are you?
- Dinnae fash yersel - Don't trouble yourself.
- You're a long time deid - Enjoy life now.
- A dinna ken - I don't know.
- Dinna fash yersel - Don't worry
- Nae Problem - No problem
Fascinating story of the the beach being ancient burial grounds for the Vikings.
John Coleman @ Knight Frank, 011-44-131-222-9600; www.knightfrank.co.uk
Champagne Scottish Apple Romance -
brought to you by wineintro.com
1 shot Glenmorangie Single Highland Malt Scotch Whiskey
1 shot apple brandy
Pour Glenmorangie and apple brandy into a flute glass, then add in Rose Champagne to fill. Delicious!
JennieMac from letshaveacocktail.blogspot was incredibly kind to honor me with this clever award on Sunday. Her one request was for the receivers of her award were to pass on a cocktail recipe and join in the party. I hope you will give the champagne Scottish apple romance a try and visit Jennie's hilarious blog. She has a way with whit like non other.
Gin a body meet a body
Comin thro' the rye,
Gin a body kiss a body,
Need a body cry?
Coming thro the rye
credits; ackergill-tower.co.uk; allgreatquotes.com; nytimes.com; odd.scotland.com; knightfrank.co.uk; theinspiredroom.wordpress; scotlanddreaming.com