Welcome to the February #ScotlandHour which takes place on Wednesday the 22nd of February 9pm to 10pm. Today is about leaving a place the same or better than when you arrived. It’s not going for the trophy places but the road less travelled. Staying longer and enjoying places that may be less known but are beautiful. Scotland is full of such places and we thought we would explore them this month to give you ideas for this year and to allow less well-known areas to shine.
We are delighted that we have three wonderful guest hosts. @GoRuralScotland. Go Rural is a close-knit network of quality agritourism businesses throughout the Scottish countryside offering locals and visitors high-quality farm produce, accommodation, and memorable experiences. Visit Dunfermline aka @LoveDunfermline on Twitter, Scotland’s newest city with plenty of reasons to visit. Last but by no means least @KatieMacL, the travel writer now based in New York but, originally from Lewis with a wealth of knowledge about the best places to visit.
SO, JOIN US ON 22ND February FROM 9 PM TO 10 PM SCOTLAND-TIME. WE’LL BE TWEETING IN ANSWER OF THESE QUESTIONS:
9:00 pm – Q1. What lesser-known places in Scotland hide in plain sight? #ScotlandHour
9:10 pm – Q2. Are there lesser-known places in your area that are spectacular only at a certain time of day or year? #ScotlandHour
9:20 pm – Q3. Is there a place, such as a beach or a walk, that is stunning that is a best kept secret? #ScotlandHour
9:30 pm – Q4. On holiday we love to enjoy local food and drink, let us know places that locals would recommend and why? #ScotlandHour
9:40 pm – Q5. Share your “live like a local” experiences which have been the highlight of your holiday, such as best place to catch fish or to watch the sunset? #ScotlandHour
9:50 pm – Q6. Share images and/or videos which show lesser-known Scotland! #ScotlandHour
Don’t forget to start your tweet with A1, A2, and so forth, so everyone can know what question you’re answering. And don’t forget to include the hashtag #ScotlandHour in your tweets.
the Scotland Hour Team