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  • 13 - Azalea Festival Parade==The first Azalea Festival took place in April 1948== ===The Azalea Festival Parade follows a one mile route through Historic Downtown Wilmington=== This annual event viewed by over 100,000 people. It is filled with floats, marching units, bands, clo Posted by charmed.one005 in 2019 Trip south - Chantal & Brian | Apr 12, 2019
  • National Celebration Day10 Oct is Taiwan National Day and it always has big celebration nationwide. Dad suggested a day trip to Taipei, capital of Taiwan to see the big parade and visit the National Palace Museum (free entry today due to the Posted by Szufan in Half way around the world | Oct 10, 2018
  • What I have been up toChinese New Years We thought they were clearing the street for the parade but it was just so the princes could drive through, then they let everyone back in the street and made the parade (one dragon) navigate the crowds. [img=https://photos.travellers Posted by juliaaugh in Thailand 2016 | Feb 21, 2016
  • Jacmel CarnivalDay five of our tour of Haiti, arranged by [[https://www.undiscovered-destinations.com/holidays-guided-tours/haiti/|Undiscovered Destinations]] ===Today's the day!=== Today's entry is full of photographs from what is undoubtedly the highlight o Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | Jan 31, 2016
  • DisneylandYes, everything seems soooo much bigger here. This cookie is about 40 cm across. The beach is really wide, more than Posted by Walsh Family in Visiting the USA | Dec 3, 2015
  • The Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade: Like Hiking, Only FunNew York is a city of superlatives: We have the tallest apartment building in the Western hemisphere (104 stories); the most professional sports teams of any U.S. city (8); more people than any other metropolitan area in the country (8.25 Posted by TraceyG in Escape From New York | Nov 23, 2015
  • Aoi MatsuriYesterday we watched the parade for the Aoi Matsuri. It starts near the Imperial Palace and winds its way up to another temple. People who want reserved seats can pay for the privilege, but like most other parade watchers, we Posted by pokano in Jizo Diary, Paato 2 | May 14, 2014
  • Temples, tuk-tuks and friends[center][/center] If you want to see the whole world, stay no longer than three days at a place. It's not just me says it. I first heard the concept in the Kino’s Journey ser Posted by Zaspirucho in Thoughts from afar | Feb 25, 2014
  • The Mekong [s]low down Riding on a motorbikes scares the hell out me. Bray’s not a fan either, especially after he badly injured his arm falling off one in Honduras last year. So, as our scooter zoomed through the Thai countryside, me holding onto Posted by elyshahickey in Wanderlysh | Nov 30, 2013
  • Welcome to Spring Trujillo!The final day of my final weekend in Trujillo, Sunday 29th September. Feeling a little worse for ware after my sendoff ceremony ‘despedida’ the evening before, I nearly said no when Mary-Beth (the American Coordinator here at Espaanglisch) asked if Posted by davidt.ontour in Biting a Piece of the South America Cake | Oct 2, 2013
  • JUNE 7th-JULY 14th: NEW HOUSE..CHWIN..2 ACCIDENTS..WAI KRU++[b]FIRST OF ALL, I APOLOGISE FOR THE DELAY IN POSTING THIS EDITION OF MY BLOG WHICH I KNOW YOU HAVE ALL BEEN POISED ON THE EDGE OF YOUR SEAT WAITING TO READ. I HOPE IT’S OF INTEREST AND THAT YOU Posted by talismanic in Alistair in Thailand 2012 to 2014 | Jul 18, 2013
  • Los Reyes Magos When the decorations are boxed up again and the January blues well and truly kicked in in many countries, festivities are still in full swing across Spain, with the highlight of the seas Posted by lauracerys in Destino Infinito | Jan 16, 2013
  • Hongkong DisneylandEvery traveller's first trip out of their country, i think, should be Hongkong. Ok, maybe that depends which country you're from. ^^ If you're from the Philippines, this is a good place for a first visit and that's where hubby Posted by ChocoandCherry in Footprints | Dec 29, 2012
  • Parades, Pacaya and people we'll missWe’re pretty proud of ourselves this week. Not only did we conquer a volcano, we did it in soggy undies. Sir Edmund Hillary, eat your heart out… Brayden and I we’re told when it came to climbing Volcan Pacaya, the morning Posted by elyshahickey in Wanderlysh | Aug 2, 2012
  • Salzburg trip (Part 4)After checking out of our hotel room in Salzburg our intention was to go to Berchtesgaden, Germany to tour a salt mine and visit Hitler's Eagle's Nest. Unfortunately, because it was a religious holiday and even though the website Posted by krismcwill in Our European Adventure | May 29, 2012
  • Falls from heaven, loungin' in Brazil and rollicking RioHaving survived the 22hr bus and trek across the Argentinian Border into Brazil we made our way to Hostel Natura. This place was totally different to anywhere we had stayed before. Our pal Di had received a recommendation Posted by kelandstu in School Bell Silenced | Mar 26, 2011
  • Celebrating Christmas in New ZealandThis is not the first Christmas that I have spent in a tropical environment, but it was definitely the weirdest. Despite speaking the same language, being a colony of the same country, and having many cultural similarities - a Kiwi Posted by Jadabond in I fell asleep and woke up in... | Jan 4, 2011

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