As an update to my previous Winter Festivals post, today is the grand opening of the Nice Carnival - the third largest in the world! The video is a behind-the-scenes look at preparations for the grand event - don't forget to bring your silly string!
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Where will you be on New Year’s Eve when the bells toll and fireworks explode across skies around the world?
Are you tired of the same old cocktail gatherings or get-together’s in someone’s living room? New Year’s Eve is a time for wild parties, musical…Continue
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We visited Savannah when Tiny Traveler was almost 2 years old. We liked taking a carriage ride around town, eating take-out BBQ from Angel’s in one of the ciyt’s leafy squares, and sampling the pralines at…Continue
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November 11th is St Martin's day, and is eagerly awaited by many Portuguese people, especially those who make their own wine as this is the first day that the new batch of wine is ready for tasting. Happily, it coincides with the chestnut harvest and the date conjures up images of hot, roasted chestnuts with a glass of wine in many a mind.
In Lousã, there's an extra ingredient thrown into the mix; the locally produced honey. Take a walk through the forested mountains that loom over…Continue
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This past weekend marked the 15th anniversary of one of the great things to do in Kauai Hawaii. The Coconut Festival is held each year in the charming town of Kapa'a to celebrate all things coconut. Hosted by the Kapa'a business community it has become the premier Fall happening on the Kauai festival calendar. This two day event highlights one of the most important plant species in the world that touches almost everyone's life on the planet.
Started by the effervescent Bob Bartolo, a…Continue
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There's a lot to love about Bonnaroo. This four-day camping and music festival held on a 700-acre farm in Manchester, Tenn., is…Continue
The festival of lights is the celebration in Costa Rica that officially gets the Christmas season started.
Do you want to learn more about the Festival of…
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We are a group of general civilians who are interested to work for the development and well being of their motherland-Bangladesh. We are not biased by religion, politics or ethics but we believe in humanism.
Though we started our journey as hobbyists but now we want to turn our efforts to an official outlook. This is why www.diaryfrombangladesh.com came into existence. The motto of this website is nothing but to work for any…Continue
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The artwork of the north is as beautiful and elusive as the land itself. Influenced by millennia of hunting and fishing traditions, the desolate architecture of the land and the struggle to uphold heritage traditions in the modern world, sculpture, painting, clothing and jewelry crafted by Canada’s Northern First Nations people is unlike anything you’ll find, anywhere in the world.
Perhaps it is for the best that Inuvik’s Great Northern Arts Festival, now in its…Continue
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Hi travel bloggers,
This is your chance to take part in one of the largest Japan Blogging Festivals online!
Nature and Japan
Your entry can be can be anything regarding nature and Japan or Japanese culture: it can be a hiking trip, a belief, a theme in a film/anime or a
Japanese practice rooted in nature.…
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