January 9th, 2016

Enter here every day for a chance to win a 1-week trip for 2 to Edinburgh, Scotland. Bring a translator. You can thank me later. Good Luck!

Entry Frequency: daily
Age: age of majority

Expires January 19, 2016

9 Responses to Win a trip to Scotland

  1. Listen to WIN/Enter.
    To enter the contest, just listen to the radio show wide Medium broadcast Monday to Friday from 9: 00 to 11: 00 (et), during the contest period, to hear the question posed by the moderator Catherine Perrin. One question per day will be asked.

    Participants must submit their response on here. Radio – Canada.ca / catherine and provide their name and all other information requested during the contest period.

  2. ken rhora says:

    why in french only

  3. Arlene Feairs says:

    can’t translate to English

  4. Tolu falaye says:

    I have the answer.

    On January 8 2016 (vendredi 8 janvier) the question was :
    Scotland is a land of mysteries. From the first episode, Claire Randell, central character of the novels Outlander: the thistle and tartan, nurse and keen on botany, ventured alone in a mysterious place. After touching something, she will be transported in 1743. What is it? A) a circle of standing stones b) the Loch Ness Monster c) a unicorn, emblem of Scotland
    L’Écosse est une terre de mystères. Dès le premier épisode, Claire Randell, personnage central des romans Outlander : le chardon et le tartan, infirmière et férue de botanique, s’aventure seule dans un endroit mystérieux. Après avoir touché quelque chose, elle sera transportée en 1743. De quoi s’agit-il?

    a) un cercle de menhirs
    b) le monstre du Loch Ness
    c) une licorne, emblème de l’Écosse

    And the answer is a) Un cercle de menhirs
    A circle of standing stones

  5. blob says:

    Call at your phone only in french! French people best!

  6. Catherine Wojciechowski says:

    A circle of standing stones !

  7. Debbie steedman says:

    (A) = A circle of standing stones..