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                            Today we bring you a Q band A we conducted recently with Ginger and Summer of the Outlander Podcast to find out what makes Outlander so special to them and its legions of fans and why you should join us on
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We continue our adventures at the our Country Music Association Festival 2018 Tour. Nashville is so alive, it has such a buzz about it that I haven’t felt elsewhere and its great destination for singles, couples or families alike. #Darius Rucker was a real highlight for me and Archi, what a showman!! Heres a clip
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We’ve just started our adventure to the CMA live music festival in #Nashville. CMAFest as its know is 11 stages , 350+ artists and 1,100 musicians apparently over 4 days  All outdoor stages are FREE during the day! This legendary festival is Nashville’s signature Country Music event with 90,000+ attendees from all 50 United States
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That’s me not long back from the International Luxury travel market Asia Pacific http://www.iltm.com/asia/ in Singapore and I thought I would share with you what an absolutely amazing experience I have had, met equally amazing businesses and hopefully met important new suppliers and contacts that I can use to create some truly epic adventures for
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Where are the best places to see the Aurora Borealis in Scotland? When electrically charged particles, released from the sun and gaseous particles within the Earth’s atmosphere, collide — an amazing show of light occurs at both of the Earth’s Polar regions. In the South Pole, this is known as Aurora Australis and in the
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Scotland is special Scotland is special. It means something different to everybody; for myself, it’s home – it’s family, it’s my ancestry and it’s my whole world – my heart belongs here. However, you do not need to have been born here, to experience everything this incredible country has to offer; yes, it’s small, geographically
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The pagan origins of Christmas in Scotland Christmas is just around the corner, which means it’s time for all the gorgeous decorations that come along with it. The Pagan origins of Christmas in Scotland is evident in just how many festivals we have throughout the year, stemming from as long ago as our Neolithic ancestors,
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The Doric language Further to my post about Scottish languages, I’d like to write a wee bit more about Doric language, which is the branch of Scots spoken in the East and North East coasts of Scotland (and is my native tongue). It’s very similar to other Scots but has a lot more influence from
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Things to know about Scottish Languages Scottish Languages: Officially, Scotland has 3 languages — English, Gaelic and Scots. Scots and English are Germanic languages which evolved after Anglo Saxons settled in the low-lands, eventually overtaking Gaelic as the most spoken languages in Scotland. Some people consider Scots to be merely a dialect of English, whilst
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Julia’s winter Top 5 2018 destinations? Here at Spirit Journeys Worldwide, we’re lucky enough to have a founder whose not only passionate about the world around her, incredibly well travelled with over a decade’s worth of experience to show for it. With Julia’s much-valued input, we’ll be taking you through her winter top 5 2018 destinations!
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