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Cuba – travel tips

Climate

I visited Cuba in late June, the height of summer, when it’s very hot and humid – the temperature was in the mid-30s (°C) every day and the humidity was so high that every time you stepped outside the sweat began pouring. 265 more words

African & Caribbean Healing Dance Classes!

EVERY FRIDAY EVENING with Janina Walters and Umoja Panama, starting Friday, August 29, 2014 from 7-8pm in a beautiful space suitable for dance, singing, yoga classes and other small gatherings at El Cangrejo, Stella Maris building, Alberto Navarro street, First Floor, @Michaelle’s. 164 more words

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Notting Hill Carnival

It is one of the biggest street-carnivals in the world. A celebration of Notting Hill’s thriving West-Indian population, who definitely know how to party. More than a million people take to the streets to gather around booming sound-systems and follow the kaleidoscopic parade through the upmarket streets of Notting Hill. 936 more words

Travel

Day Twelve - Somewhere You'd Like to Travel

This is day twelve of Novembers Thirty Day Challenge/Discovery.

I have many places I’d like to travel. I’ve always wanted to do a Europe trip; to spend a few weeks there would be incredible. 96 more words

Growing Up Blog

Horizon

Jamaican Waters, Setting Sun.

Photography

Diary of a mothering worker. August 27, 2014

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At Pan on the D Avenue on Saturday night, there were people of all kinds and ages. There were few bars selling alcohol, none lining the pavements. 579 more words

Momentous Trivialities: Diary Of A Mothering Worker

Grenada surf 'n' SUP

If you’re looking for somewhere new this winter then why not check out the Spice Isle of Grenada.

Here’s my guide to the surf and stand up paddle boarding spots on the island – … 67 more words

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