I wonder how you'll be celebrating today
I now sing for you: Happy birthday to you, happy birthday, dear Fergie, happy birthday to you!(puf,puf)
How casual, just today I saw your website. What a lovely bottles
I whish you a lot of success
The formidable city walls from the 15th Century are wonderful; you can walk as we did it, along part of them to enjoy a wonderful view of the old town. The Turkish quarter with its oriental mosques, is also worth seeing.
ryguy wrote:If you read a few of Happyturist's posts, he sounds really familiar to the other person who was trying to sell cigars here on the forum. Until Matt kindly gave him the boot.
but this is his first post!!
give him a chance! He's not selling any brand. Here, we'll sort him out...
Turist! thanks for reminding me of my wonderful time on Greece in 2001. we went to Paxos, via corfu if I remember rightly. Many nights spent under magical skies eating by the harbour...and before bed, a wander to a bar on the harbour which always served me a generous portion of Dalwhinnie to sip and savour under the stars...and then back to our tiny villa on this tiny island. And before sliding in between the sheets with my lovely wife-to-be, an anything - but -tiny dram of something I found in the enchanted backalley shops of Corfu as we waited for our ferry to Paxos...a dusty box containing a bottle of 16 year old Lagavulin!
the perfect dram for the perfect holiday.
Happiturist, what is YOUR favourite holiday whisky?
Martin, yes I'm going to Whisky An' A' That and looking forward both to the event and to meeting a few forum members at the same time.
Received a nice Lagavulin 16 yo from workmates - anyone tried it?
...or should I say "snap!"
I received a Lagavulin Distillers Edition 1991 for MY birthday from a dear old friend.
He's even dearer now!
Laga 16 was the whisky that got me into whiskies. Still in love with it 9 years later.
Happy birthday indeed J McGill! Congratulations DEFINITELY in order.
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