This woman is very hard to understand (acoustically)!
Clearly never been to Inverness ;)
It's fine. Except for that tourist information building in the centre. Ugly.
surely not the almost-windowless building that looks like it doubles as a bomb-proof government-bunker?
You all clearly did not have the same "local guide" as me in Inverness. I had a ton of fun ; )
The capitalization in this phrase is confusing
I am not sure what you mean? Did it not appear as it does above?
Apologies, this was a few days ago and I don't recall what my issue was! It all makes sense now!
What does 'nis' mean then?
Shouldn't the sentence be 'Tha Inbhir spòrsail'?
'a-nis' means 'now'.
Why dd they put Nis in?the only other way i can explain it is if Nis is part of the name, since it's capitalized.
It is part of the name.
Inverness is Inbhir Nis