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Stomping the quintessential Highlands from Inverness to Skye and risking frozen extremities to reach breathtaking Hebridean islands, Charles Jennings discovers a land of awe-inspiring beauty. Contemplating whether his great grandfather's legacy qualifies him to shed a tear at the sound of bagpipes, Jennings compares the elegance of Edinbugh with the industrial action of Aberdeen, risks a pint in Kelvinside, and sinks into the peaty bogs of Mull.

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Seasoned journalist and writer Charles Jennings goes in search of the contradictions, cliches and surprises of Scotland. Stomping the Highlands from Inverness to Skye and risking frozen extremities to reach Hebridean islands, he discovers a land of awe-inspiring beauty, and then travels city-wards.

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Contemplating whether his great grandfather's legacy qualifies him to shed a tear at the sound of bagpipes, Charles Jennings compares the elegance of Edinbugh with the industrial action of Aberdeen, risks a pint in Kelvinside and sinks into the peaty bogs of Mull.

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'Oh good, another pathetic, sniveling, suburban Londoner has decided to trundle around Scotland in a hired car for no good reason other than to pour snot, scorn and plagues of expletives for the consumption of readers . . ."

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ISBN:
9780349114408
Author:
Jennings, Charles
Publisher:
Little Brown and Company
Location:
London
Subject:
Scotland
Subject:
Essays & Travelogues
Subject:
Description and travel
Subject:
General
Subject:
Travel
Subject:
Scotland Description and travel.
Subject:
Jennings, Charles - Travel - Scotland
Subject:
TRAVEL / General
Edition Description:
Trade Paper
Series Volume:
18445
Publication Date:
20020631
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Pages:
256
Dimensions:
7.6 x 5 x 0.7 in 0.5 lb

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Product details 256 pages Little Brown and Company - English 9780349114408 Reviews:
"Synopsis" by , Seasoned journalist and writer Charles Jennings goes in search of the contradictions, cliches and surprises of Scotland. Stomping the Highlands from Inverness to Skye and risking frozen extremities to reach Hebridean islands, he discovers a land of awe-inspiring beauty, and then travels city-wards.
"Synopsis" by , Contemplating whether his great grandfather's legacy qualifies him to shed a tear at the sound of bagpipes, Charles Jennings compares the elegance of Edinbugh with the industrial action of Aberdeen, risks a pint in Kelvinside and sinks into the peaty bogs of Mull.
"Synopsis" by , 'Oh good, another pathetic, sniveling, suburban Londoner has decided to trundle around Scotland in a hired car for no good reason other than to pour snot, scorn and plagues of expletives for the consumption of readers . . ."
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