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Friday Photo: Flying Scotsman.

Our founder and explorer Bill hijacked this seaplane on a recent trip to Cameron House Hotel. This handsome beast (the plane not Bill!) takes flight from Scotland’s ‘Bonnie Banks’ of one of Scotland’s best-known lochs, Loch Lomond. 41 more words

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10 Reasons for Incentives to Come Scotland This Year.

Elaine our Managing Director has arrived in Frankfurt to attend IMEX and is looking forward to meeting any of you who are attending. Just in case you are in any doubt about why you should be planning an incentive to Scotland in 2014, here are 10 good reasons! 228 more words

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Friday Photo: Salem’s Scot.

Guess where Bill’s next stop was on his recent trip to the States? The clue is in the witch’s hat rather than the two pooches he collected along the way! 61 more words

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Escape to Islands: Orkney.

Incentive planners are always looking for ways to excite and delight their groups and to find the road less travelled; the Orkney Isles are a case in point. 331 more words

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Friday Photo: Saltire Scot.

How did Bill manage to find this saltire (Scottish flag) in the vast nation of the United States of America? The Scots do have a reputation for scattering across the globe though, so it’s not that surprising to find some countrymen,even in the quietest of corners. 43 more words

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GIN-centive!

Whisky is known as Scotland’s national drink and loved by millions across the globe, but there is a ‘new’ kid in town, GIN! As you can see below, Bill is not sure which tipple to try first……. 263 more words

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Friday Photos: Horsing Around with The Kelpies.

The Kelpies are finished! Look at these magnificent beasts towering 30 metres above the Forth and Clyde Canal between Glasgow and Edinburgh. Sculpted by local artist Andy Scott, The Kelpies are a monument to horse-powered heritage across Central Scotland and are named after the supernatural water horses from Celtic folklore. 111 more words

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