Tag: Scotland

Canned Haggis Varieties
Cultural Experiences

10 Things to try in Scotland that aren’t whisky

Scotland is known for whisky (also haggis), and with over 130 malt and grain distilleries, Scotland has the highest concentration of whisky production in the world. As a result, most Scotland itineraries include a visit to at least one distillery, if not more. However, if you don’t drink alcohol (like me), whisky isn’t going to

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Sinclair’s and Caithness

Just a few links for my future reference regarding research on the Sinclair’s and Caithness in Scotland. The Sinclairs of Murkle The St.Clairs or Sinclairs, Earls of Caithness Castle Sinclair Girnigoe, Caithness

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The Official Clan Hunter Website and Other Hunter Links

The new, official Clan Hunter website is now live at https://clanhunter.org.uk courtesy of all the hard work Peter from Scotland in Oils has put in to get it done. Also up is https://www.hunterclan.co.uk/ which is currently an information archive and picture storage. I’ve also got a few more Hunter Clan links, all of which are

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Ancestry Links – Clan Hunter

I can trace my heritage on Dad’s side back to Clan Hunter of Ayrshire, Scotland, and I always find it quite interesting to see what’s going on over there at the moment, particularly as Hunterston Estate is still owned by Clan Hunter, including Hunterston Castle. Unfortunately part of Hunterston was resumed in order to build

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