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Uniquely Scottish Experiences/Only in Scotland

IknowluxuryIknowluxury Member ✭✭
edited October 2016 in General Discussion
What are they?  What do we have that can't be replicated or seen anywhere else? 

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  • VisitScotlandNikkiVisitScotlandNikki Administrator, VisitScotland Staff
    A great Scottish ceilidh? Dinner, drinks, dancing and new friends! :smile:
  • We have the most fantastic wildlife in Scotland and some of the best wildlife watching experiences on offer. Pine Martens can be viewed from our hide throughout the year, along with Badger, deer and Tawny Owl. 

  • VisitScotlandLyndsayVisitScotlandLyndsay Member, Moderator, VisitScotland Staff
    edited July 2016
    Any other city in all the world that has a statue with a traffic cone for a hat?
    Dare the city council try to remove it.....a few years back there was public outcry and a facebook campaign dedicated to "Keep the cone". Its now an iconic image.

  • IknowluxuryIknowluxury Member ✭✭
    @VisitScotlandLyndsay  What a great post! Thanks for this. 
  • IknowluxuryIknowluxury Member ✭✭
    @VisitScotlandBrian  hmmm...it should come with a compulsory 90min treadmill session though :)  
  • Samantha_GrantSamantha_Grant VisitScotland Ambassador ✭✭✭✭
    edited July 2016

    Wild deer outside The Kings House Hotel on Rannoch Moor with a taste for junk food.  I've hand fed them custard creams before which they wolfed down!  I felt guilty afterwards so took them oatcakes on my next visit.

    In most countries they're shy timid creatures.  In Scotland the mere sound of a crisp packet opening on the moor and you're surrounded with a clamouring herd of junk food addicts.


    I'm a Scottish travel blogger and freelance writer with an extensive knowledge of travelling in Scotland.  I'm always on the road exploring my wonderful country.  I love remote places, history and the great outdoors. 




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