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Published on Aug 5, 2011
A traditional Scottish wedding, held at Blair Castle in Blair Atholl in the midlands of Scotland. Not only do most of the men wear kilts, they participate in traditional Ceilidh (pronounced kay-lee) dances. A Gaelic word for a casual party with music, dancing and entertainment, Ceilidh is the term commonly used to refer to Scottish country dancing. Many of the intricate steps, including the do-si-do and swing-your-partner moves are reminiscent of those performed in American square dancing. To read more about my round-the-world travels, visit my blog, https://holeinthedonut.com