By Brett Gibbons

PALMA
SCOTTISH exp-pats from all over Majorca will be donning their tartan and sinking a dram or two to celebrate Burns Night on Sunday.
Traditional Burns Night suppers will be staged at restaurants across Majorca, whilst Scottish bars will stage their own version of the celebrations.
Scottish-themed pubs in traditionally popular areas like Palmanova, Santa Ponsa and Magalluf will also be toasting the poet this weekend.
Celebrations will be held at Magalluf's Curly's Scottish bar. Revellers will be able to enjoy a traditional Burns' feast of Scotch Broth, haggis, Neeps and Tatties, oatcakes and cheese.

There are still a few places for the party, which begins at 3pm.
At Calvia's plush San Joan restaurant, haggis will be served on Sunday as part of a four-course dinner to commemorate the Scottish poet's birthday.
Regulars at Costa de la Calma's Glasgow bar will also be downing a toast to the bard.

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