Answers to questions nobody asked on a page nobody looks at.
Is it the guy's gravelly voice you like, or the cut of his leathers? I think it's healthy for you to share, well done.
It's just the big manly motor bike and the roar of the engine. Wow! Did you see that programme about Freddie Mercury last night?
That's right, let it all out Al, it's for the best.
I feel better already. I must get round to taking motor bike lessons. Are you free on Saturday to show me the ropes?
Dont encourage him Lee...I see Aldo has managed to scare off all your regular traffic on this blog already...anyway...more gixer tales please.Best,Mark
no not scared, still here - just being low key for change!
Kane/Mark :is the portree hotel any good? the one beside the police station?
I think it's okay and may have undergone a semi recent refurb. The local police must also think it's okay - they order food from the Portree Hotel for the people they've locked up in the cells.The public bar was redone about a year ago and still has a couple of good gambling machines.
Jon, it's very rude to use Lee's blog as a vehicle to contact Kane and Mark Davidson.Kane - when are you coming back to Scotland anyway?
Jon, you could try the Caledonian Hotel in the main street, food is plain and nice and its very central! Portree Hotel maybe ok as Kane said. Sorry to be rude Lee
Oh no, don't mind me....
Or you could try the Tongadale Hotel, Jon. Excellent scampi and chips with homemade tartar sauce. Mmm! And I know for a fact that one of the barmaids serves crabs.Pauline - how are you anyway? Is the Estate Agency still thriving?
Hey JohnNot any really god places to stay in Portree but the caledonian (Caley) will be reasonably priced and clean. make sure you spend a night...preferably Fri at the Applecross Inn...but Im sure you knew that anyway...Best, Mark
Fine thank you -a- (how do you underline again?) and Estate Agency is doing well.Not sure about the barmaid and the crabs though!
The barmaid to whom I am referring is called Maureen. Ask Kane to tell you the story about the crustacean "present" she gave to Fergus Thomson (before we was married, for the avoidance of doubt!).
The bike! The bike! What about the bike? Is it nice? Have you scratched it yet?
Yes Lee, the bike . . . . .