Then there’s Burn’s Night to celebrate the life of famous poet Robert Burns.The celebrations begin with traditional Scottish bagpipe music, a haggis feast, singing, dancing and an evening of entertainment ending with a rousing rendition of Auld Lang Syne!The easiest and quickest way to meet people in your area looking for a relationship is to sign up for a dating site like We Love Dates.
In fact, it has been reported that 90% of Britain’s SAS are of Scottish origin – talk about robust.
The celebrations mimic ancient customs from Scottish Hogmanay parties that happened hundreds of years ago.
Another fun fact is that 2nd January is a national holiday in Scotland as well as the 1st, so there’s time to recover from the festivities – good thinking!
Imagine your kilted Prince whisking you off to the heather covered mountains for a date. Maybe you’ll visit a castle or a lodge in the highlands…the dreamy date options are limitless.
8) They’re Passionate and Proud Ask an English man who he is and he’ll say “British”, ask a Scotsman who he is and he’ll always say “Scottish”, he’ll never say he’s British.
Of course if you’re in Edinburgh in the summer time, you’ll know that it’s famous for being the home of the annual Edinburgh Fringe Festival.