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keith selmes
8 Oct 2004 - 12:32 PM

Most memorable, has to be another vote for Scotland, especialy Sgurr Na Lapaich, by Glen Affric, and the funny shaped little Loch Carn na Glas Letire on the west side of the water, back toward Cannich.

Favourite location would be Devon, all of it.

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I always admire the pictures I see of the Highland of Scotland, and I live in Devon! But as the saying goes "if Devon is the picture, Cornwall is the frame". I believe this is a reference to Cornwall having a better coast, rather than the inhabitants made of wood! (no offence to Corns, well not all of them, but if you've upset me, you'll know who you are!)

gibbsy
gibbsy  10403 forum posts Wales
10 Oct 2004 - 7:10 PM

It's got to be Wales. Wales has everything. Mountains, castles, lakes, deep gorges and waterfalls and of course stunning coastline. Pity about the football. But....
......Dw i dim yn hoffi pel droed.

Take-a-View
10 Oct 2004 - 7:16 PM

Hey, lets not forget the rugged coastline of North Cornwall and wonderful fishing villages/harbours

katieb
katieb  10255 forum posts United Kingdom4 Constructive Critique Points
10 Oct 2004 - 7:33 PM

What are the best spots around the Teifi Valley in Wales going there in a couple of weeks.

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