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3rd October 2018, 07:42 PM
Over the Sea to Skye
I study Medicine in Italy but I just spent some related time on Skye. I'm thinking to later practice Medicine in Scotland if not northern England. Anyway, I'm planning to be in Scotland again soon, in a few days hopefully, since I plan to fly there and go by land back to Italy. I love western Scotland including the highlands since it is so beautiful and friendly. It was very easy to make friends there and the people are so kind. And so historical. I also have degrees in archaeology.
I'm originally from Tasmania (half English though) and Tasmania and Skye look very similar; and the society, friendliness and food are also very similar!
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3rd October 2018, 08:32 PM
Re: Over the Sea to Skye
Haste ye back lassie
Great place Scotland.
I should know I have been here for 76 years LOL
Ron the batcave
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