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Scottish music traditionally includes both Gaelic and Lowland Scots heritage. Folk song is still around in Scotland today (if you know where to go to hear it)
Hogmanay in Scotland used to embody that insecure feeling that the best party is happening somewhere else, if only you could find it.
The Robert Burns Museum in Alloway, Ayr, is a must see in Scotland. Great insight into poet’s life. Plus cafe serves really good haggis!
You get ticks in Scotland. It's Nature's way of telling you to tuck your trousers into your socks.
Wild Scotland is supposed to mean encounters with roaring red deer, fierce wild cats and shy pine martens.Just don’t expect them to be posing round waiting to be photographed.
Scottish wildlife could be part of your Scottish holiday experience; depends on how you feel about squirrels. Or cute dolphins. And what about a seal or two, perhaps?
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