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Photo of another victim of Ondo juju's curse surfaces as villagers appease angry goddess with water

While the facts surrounding the deaths in the village of Ode Irelein in Ondo state remain unknown, the popular version is that a group of boys  who wanted to make a quick buck desecrated the shrine of a strict female deity known as… 122 more words

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A day in Bangkok, one day to remember.

On our recent South East Asia cruise our second port stop was Bangkok. We spent two full days in Bangkok however since most cruise ships can’t actually berthed right in Bangkok our cruise ship Holland America Volendam was berthed two hours away from the city.  908 more words

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Shrine to Tempus (Berdusk)

This information is intended for use with the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game.

At a Glance

This is a shrine to Tempus in Berdusk. 60 more words

Geography

A Cup of Tea 3: Kiyome Mochi

Kiyome mochi is a famed sweet from Nagoya, specifically when visiting the shrine Atsuta Jingu. It’s origins extend back to the year Tenmei 5 (1785, or the mid-Edo period) to a tea house called, unsurprisingly, “Kiyome Chaya” (Kiyome Tea House). 382 more words

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Sakura is a classic Japanese icon, and I’m sure it needs no introduction. The one thing that I didn’t know about sakura before I came to Japan is that it’s flowering period is distinctly brief, and full bloom status is sometimes only held on to for a matter of days in the case of severe weather. 117 more words

Japan

Shrine to Lliira (Berdusk)

This information is intended for use with the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game.

At a Glance

This is a shrine to Lliira in Berdusk. 60 more words

Geography