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Bequia – Admiralty Bay - Easter weekend

SAINT VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES | Wed, 31 Mar 2010 | By belleslady | Views [463]

Mar 31 st – April 5 th (lost camera – no photos) Bequia was described to me by a Canadian woman living on the island for 14 years as “the little island with the big island spirit”. There was a real community feel to the island and although ... Read more >

Tags: barbie, bay, dancing, regatta, sailboats, turtles

July - Beer Can Regatta, Australia

AUSTRALIA | Thu, 2 Jul 2009 | By worldfestivals | Views [2088] | Video

Location : Mindil Beach, Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia Dates : 19 July, 2009 Level of Participation: 4 – oil your creative cogs and build a ship Description : Darwin is reputedly the beer-drinking capital of the world, and all that ... Read more >

Tags: australia, beer, competition, event, family, race, regatta, top end, world festival

Boracay: A Different Perspective

PHILIPPINES | Fri, 13 Mar 2009 | By loriejoy | Views [1114]

Company at Last I traveled through bus for 6 hours from Iloilo City to Caticlan to get to Boracay where I had company at last. Traveling alone is fun and exciting but being alone most of the days is sometimes lonely. My friends from the photography ... Read more >

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Meet Dhananjay, one among the hundreds of sadhus at Varanasi. Hunchbacked and crippled, he roams the ghats or cremation sites begging for alms from the thousands who come to the holy city to see off their near ones to another world. Hindus believe that giving alms to sadhus brings salvation to the soul.: by ravipatel, Views[323]
Meet Dhananjay, one among the hundreds of sadhus at Varanasi. Hunchbacked and crippled, he roams the ghats or cremation sites begging for alms from the thousands who come to the holy city to see off their near ones to another world. Hindus believe that giving alms to sadhus brings salvation to the soul.

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