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Military Music in Boussac

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The 1st National Meeting of Military Music in BOUSSAC

is part of a long tradition of musical events organized by our Battery Band since 1948. 209 more words


BAHAMAS: Junknoo Festival

Junkanoo is a street parade with music, dance, and costumes of Akan origin in many towns across Jamaica and the Bahamas every Boxing Day (December 26) and New Year’s Day (January 1), the same as Kakamotobi or the Fancy Dress Festival. 1,227 more words


BAHAMAS: Nassau High Crime Rate,Armed Robbery Is On The Rise And Tourists Are Often Targeted

Nassau is the capital of the Bahamas, a member of the British Commonwealth. It is the largest city in the Bahamas and its low-rise sprawl dominates the eastern half of New Providence Island. 4,184 more words


CHINA: Guangdong A Diner's Paradise, Richest And Most Populous Province But Infested With Petty Crime, Pickpockets And Homelessness, Prostitution Is Illegal But Common.

Guangdong is a province in Southeast China on the border with Hong Kong. Guangdong is a province in South China, located on the South China Sea coast. 4,039 more words


CHINA: Drink Sales Skyrocket In Guangdong Province

China’s southern Guangdong province, bordering Hong Kong and Macau, consumed RMB 58.1 billion (US$9.2 billion) worth of alcoholic beverages last year, mainly driven by high-end drinks, while lower end consumption continued to drop. 454 more words


Blue Springs and Te Waihou Walkway

About Blue Springs (Te Puna):

The Blue Spring is formed through a combination of various natural features over many hundreds of years. The spring starts out at the Mamaku Plateau; it takes up to 50 – 100 years for the water to filter through underground aquifers. 342 more words

Travel Diaries

Eagle watching in the Faribault area

MARCH MARKS PRIME EAGLE viewing season in Minnesota. Read about my experiences spotting this majestic bird in a blog post published on the Visit Faribault… 40 more words