Ceilidh Night!

Thanks for the follow and all the best, Johnny
happy writing
“waking up sleepyhead” c

Johnny Jones

The following relates to Chapter 53 in my 1st Book A Storm in Any Port describing some of the places the crew visited.

The crew of the Emerald looking for a place to drink, that had a wee bit ‘atmosphere’, ended up at the Kilmartin Hotel, near the Crinan Canal, where they had their first (and last) experiences of a Scottish Ceilidh!

Apart from the warm welcome and customary hard drinking that was going on, Zander learned another traditional skill, of Playing the Spoons!

So, what exactly is a ceilidh?

Modern ceilidhs (pronounced kay’lee in case you were wondering…) tend to be most popular at special events such as weddings, parties, fundraisers or large dinners. It’s a great way to celebrate with friends, colleagues or loved ones and make for great memories and stories for the future. Ceilidh bands tend to be made up of three to six players…

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