Aude Lang Syne is a famous Scottish song sung at the end of the year from Times Square to Tokyo. Watch the video clip and read the text – and don’t worry if you don’t understand it all, because I don’t either! 😉
Well, that’s it for 2015. Let’s look forward to next year! 🙂
According to Scotland.org, no one celebrates Hogmanay – the Scots word for the last day of the year – quite like the Scots! In some places celebrations last until 2 January!
Traditions vary across the country and range from fire festivals and torchlight processions to street parties with live music and fireworks. Take a closer look at the Scotland.org website to find out more.