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This latest volume in the hugely popular 1001 series supplies the connoisseurs’ scoop on the finest spirits from the Scottish highlands to the exotic new whiskies emanating from Japan and the evolving world of American micro-distilleries. The book also covers bourbons and ryes, making this the go-to volume for the serious whisky connoisseur as well as the passionate beginner. 

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1001 Whiskies You Must Taste Before You Die

SONG ABOUT HER LIFE AND DEATH. I wrote this song because I always felt she’d been framed. If any folk singers or renaissance fans out there want to sing it at singarounds, sessions, festivals etc…, I’d be very happy but please state who wrote it. Lyrics on my website on the songwriting page for people to cut and paste. To avoid infringement of copyright permission needed for recordings or any other use of the song.

We might be going to Edinburgh (Scotland) for a few days.
Which places should we not miss out on?

NO copyright infringement intended. I don’t own the pictures nor the background audio, I just want to showcase the things about Ilocos Norte other than Marcos’ province. It’s not that i hate him, it’s just that there are more wonderful things when i think of this province, and i’m proud to have it as my second home. Photos are randomly chosen from the net and background music is “Rebel Heart” by the Corrs. Idea…. from me. Hope you’ll enjoy and visit Ilocos Norte.

Billy Connolly, speaking about the islamic terrorist attack at Glasgow Airport . You must watch this is Hilarious!

I heard the British musuem, London tower, London Bridge, buckingham palace and Big Ben. what else is a must see. I like history and castles.

Schools: Valley Tech girls soccer earns CAL title
In a girls soccer showdown for first place in the Colonial Athletic League yesterday, Valley Tech won a share of the title after battling Parker Charter to a scoreless draw.

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Schools: Valley Tech girls soccer earns CAL title
In a girls soccer showdown for first place in the Colonial Athletic League yesterday, Valley Tech won a share of the title after battling Parker Charter to a scoreless draw.

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Dayak must never give up their rights: land, culture, language, heritage etc
Taken from: The Malaysian Insider Sarawak natives cry foul over plantation on NCR land DayakBaru Thoughts: Dayak must NEVER accept the Government propaganda that says that “any land without title belong to the Government”. Now, I am pleased to note that the Dayak are not having a “HELPLESS” mentality. They show that they can unite […] Related posts: Iban to sue if their heritage is taken from …

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The Wales Coastline is a beautiful landscape that stretches 170 miles from North to South and 60 miles from East to West and is of course on the West of Great Britain surrounded on three sides by the Sea.

Gower, Carmarthenshire, Pembrokeshire and Cardin Bay are really beautiful with wonderful clean beaches to visit. In Wales you are never far away from both the Mountains and the Sea. Visitors to these shores include Dolphins, Basking Sharks, Porpoises, Atlantic Grey Seals and Leather Back Turtles.

The Gower peninsula was the first to be acknowledged by the British Government as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in 1956.

There are many islands off the Welsh mainland, Ynys Mon (Anglesey) is the largest. The highest peak in Wales is 3,560 ft high and called Snowdon and the highest mountains are dark and craggy.

If you travel down South, as you move along the land starts becoming softer, but is still very hilly. The South of Wales is the place where industrial revolution did take place. It has a totally different feel than the rest of Wales. Here are steep sided valleys, once home to the coal-mines crafted by the three rivers of Rhymney, Rhondda Taff and Cynon.

It is said Welsh people like talking, and of course love telling stories and singing. To celebrate their proud Literature they organize a Literature Festival each year in Hay-on Wey. It attracts lots of big shots from the Literary world from all over the planet.

In Wales everybody sings to celebrate victory. During the Rugby matches you can see the people chanting the National Anthem, Hen Wlad Fy Nadhau (Land of my Fathers). The Harp and pibgorn (wooden pipe).can be heard at many places. Many new rock bands have also come up recently like Manic Street Preachers, Frizbee and some of the oldies like Bryn Fon, Meic Stevens and Dafydd Iwan are still going strong.

If you are a foodie or just looking for a hearty meal then Wales will please you in all these ways and more. Give your taste-buds a treat and be adventurous and visit the various eateries around offering the locally prepared dishes fresh. You will find many Restaurants boasting Michelin-starred perfection here.

World renowned Welsh Lamb and the Welsh Black Beef are not the only good things to taste, but others like Laverbread (a seaweed) often fried into crisp patties with eggs, bacon and fresh cockles for a traditional Welsh breakfast.

If you love cheese, Wales is a place that makes 600 different types of cheese dishes. For those who love cooking, a visit to one of the farmer’s market or farmer shops is a must.

You can also go to a Food Festivals, which happen all throughout the year, and you can meet the actual food producers, meet top chefs and watch them prepare exquisite dishes and sample some right yummy treats.

Wales will be a perfect destination for all you food buffs and Tourists with tantalizing tastes.

Fred Williams is writing Freelance for London transfer and loves Wales as you can see. If you need London transfers then he feels you have come to the right place – UK Tel Number +44 7956 224 399.

Jason Scotland – joins Ipswich on one-year deal. Ipswich boss Roy Keane will hand a debut to striker Jason Scotland at Crewe. Scotland has signed a one-year deal at Portman Road after cutting short his stay with Wigan and will lead the line at Gresty Road in the Carling Cup tie.

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Jason Scotland – Wigan exit. Ipswich have completed the signing of Wigan striker Jason Scotland for an undisclosed fee. The 31-year-old has signed a one-year-deal at Portman Road and could make his debut against Crewe on Tuesday.

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Scotland Women must beat Denmark for World Cup spot
World Cup Scotland beat Greece 4-1 in Dumbarton to set up a World Cup qualifying decider with Denmark on Wednesday, reports BBC Sport . The Scots must overcome the group leaders in Vejle to progress to their first-ever major championship finals. Denmark are unbeaten in the qualifying section and were 1-0 winners on their visit to Scotland in June. Next year’s World Cup finals are in Germany and …


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