One of Scotland’s greatest features is Highland dancing. So come to Scotland and have one of the best dancing experiences of a life time!
Nothing beats Highland dancing because it is Scottish, fun, gives you lots of energy and you would have a good laugh. Highland dancing has been going around for centuries and no one ever gets bored of it and they all still love it. It also illustrates the tartan they wear and it all looks fantastic when everybody is up there dancing their socks off, but it would look even better if you were up there dancing as well! Many famous dancers just started off like this and now they have became some of the best highland dancers in the world and hopefully you would come to Scotland and have a fun, fab dancing time!
Come to Scotland and have the real proper taste of Scottish Irn Bru. Scottish people are the ones who have made Irn Bru so wouldn’t it feel wrong drinking it in another country? Irn Bru has been out for a long time now and more and more people come to Scotland, try Irn Bru and they end up loving it because of course you can’t come to Scotland and not taste our unique phenomenal delicious Irn Bru.
Irn Bru comes in all different types of sizes. First there is a small plastic bottle, then there is a medium plastic bottle, then there is a large glass bottle and then there is a massive plastic 2 litre bottle of Irn Bru! Irn Bru is very Scottish because it was made in Scotland because it is fizzy, phenomenal and of course because it is ginger. Irn Bru goes everywhere because you get Irn Bru at parties, dinners, weddings, christenings maybe sometimes at the end of funerals and lots more! So why not come to Scotland and have the real proper taste of our amazing, famous, fizzy, Scottish, delicious, Irn Bru because it tastes sweet fizzy and amazing!
One of the greatest Scottish features is the one that actually brings Scotland to life and that is The Loch Ness Monster Nessie. It was around 1500 years ago when the mysterious creature Nessie was spotted by Saint Columba who had claimed that he had seen a monster when he had attended a burial for a man who had been bitten by the monster. So why don’t you come along to Scotland and see if you can catch a glimpse of The Loch Ness Monster Nessie.
There was also another couple who supposedly saw the monster. In the summer of 1993 Mr and Mrs Spicer were returning from a London trip had seen the monster cross a road with an animal in its jaw and it had submerged in the lake. The press got interested and The Loch Ness Monster has become known worldwide. So why don’t you come to Scotland (again) and try to spot and take pictures of the monster because there is money involved.
Another great feature about Scotland is our delicious tasty sugary shortbread. Come to Scotland and try it. It smells amazing, it looks amazing and it tastes amazing. You would love shortbread and many famous people love shortbread. The good thing about it is the fact that it is very cheap to make. Shortbread is named after its crumbly texture. Shortbread is made of butter, caster sugar and plain flour. You make short bread by:
- Heat the oven to 190C/375F/Gas 5.
- Beat the butter and the sugar together until smooth.
- Stir in the flour to get a smooth paste. Turn on to a work surface and gently roll out until the paste is 1cm/½in thick.
- Cut into rounds or fingers and place onto a baking tray. Sprinkle with icing sugar and chill in the fridge for 20 minutes.
- Bake in the oven for 15-20 minutes, or until pale golden-brown. Set aside to cool on a wire rack.
So come to Scotland and taste the real and proper cheap but delicious shortbread or even buy the ingredients and make it yourself – it could never beat our delicious Scottish Shortbread!