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Waternish, Isle of Skye

Review of Waternish by JEAN ELLIN on October 14th, 2006
Where do I start.Waternish just takes your breath away. My husband and I have just fallen in LOVE with the place infact the whole of Skye.We have travelled all over the island and it is just amazing. The reason being was to get a good view of it all. We came to Skye this May and also again this September to be truthful we had fallen in love with the island before we even set foot we read quite abit about it and thought WOW this is the place we would like to settle and live for the rest of our lives.We stayed in Waternish in September, you know when you see a place it just feels right, like home,no more questions needed to be answered so much so we are in the process of buying some land so we can build a home.We love the views of Waternish, the people[hope you will love us too]the local pub[good foood] just all of the community.The sunsets just take your breath away,plus the stars at night,awesome.Plus how quiet it is.I could go on and on singing it's praising.We just can not wait to be in Waternish all the time.

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