*New* Sam Heughan Speaks About Holidays, Hotels and Whisky With Chic   3 comments

From Chic:

What is your favourite Scottish holiday memory from when you were growing up in Scotland?

Scotland is a land of traditions and many are passed on as a child. Hogmanay, hiking, traditional music, Robert Burns poetry, exploring the countryside and of course whisky (maybe not as a child!). One that stands out though is Beltane, a pagan festival and celebration of the beginning of summer. It falls on the same day as my birthday and I remember as a teenager, watching the fire procession through the streets of Edinburgh – the druids and witches, in exotic dress. I was equally nervous and thrilled. It seemed ancient, traditional and unexplained. We will be featuring it this year in an episode of Clanlands (the TV show I directed and produced), and I hope to share the memory with many others.

Do you have a favourite time of year in Scotland?

Scotland has many great seasons, watching the snow fall and transform the mountains is always very magical. Summer seems to only last a few weeks and it always makes me laugh to see how sunburnt everyone is the day after the first sunny day. However, Autumn is my most favourite. The leaves change colour, the weather is usually quite good, and it’s always a great time for a walk, or beer outside a local pub.

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Posted March 3, 2020 by justfp in Sam Heughan

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3 responses to “*New* Sam Heughan Speaks About Holidays, Hotels and Whisky With Chic

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  1. Has Clanlands started & will we be able to see it in the U.S.?

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  2. Oh my goodness – what a handsome man. Mr. Cool, Suave, and 100% perfect. Couldn’t ask for more.

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