I found this is article in the Independent.co.uk
Edinburgh-born, Ross Jennings is aiming to Bagpipe his way around the around.
Some of his experiences certainly show the attraction of the Great Highland Bagpipe such as “For some reason whenever I pipe, the bagpipes open up this exchange where people seem to feel more open with me and consequently I'm more open with them,”
Ross Jennings is a travel blogger who is combining his travels with bagpiping in every country that he visits. This may well be his hook to get followers to his blogs however it does demonstrate the love for the bagpipe in many countries and cultures around the world.
As many of us who travel with our beloved pipe the airport security is always an issue.
They should always be carried as hand luggage As Ross states “I always put them in hand luggage,” says Jennings. “They're a temperamental instrument with plenty of wood, which means humidity and heat aren't too kind.
Carrying them on board has its complications, and I usually allow for an extra 30 minutes just in case. I've had many a confused security team question its purpose.
He doesn't say where his next trip will be however I wish him all the best on his challenge.
Keep on Piping.
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