I think bilby makes a good point. Both Scots and Greeks are fond of wearing skirts and the Greeks play the bagpipes too. Switch one silly hat for another and ouzo for whiskey and there is no telling them apart. They are also both quarrelsome tribes. Is the glendy a Greek borrowing from Scotland or the other way around?
A Greek food festival where men in kilts toss souvlaki cabers and talk in thick Salonika brogue about glens, haggis stuffed with olives and the forthcoming holiday for the country's Declaration of Dependence.