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BERMONDSEY CARNIVAL: With a Latin American twist


If you like family days out and happen to be south of the river in London this Saturday, there is a cool dance festival just waiting to be visited, completely free of charge. The Bermondsey Carnival, being held at the Southwark Park this Saturday, 30th June 2018, is the perfect family fun in the sun session, with a summery mix of dance, music, events for adults and children and its own funfair.

South London is home to many vibrant Latin American communities, with Londoners from Brazil and Colombia forming the majority of them. This year, the Bermondsey Carnival will honour local South American communities by taking on a Latino/a theme, with performances from the Abba Gold Girls, the singer-songwriter Mancie Baker and a Salute to Sinatra from Louis Hoover, the original star of the Broadway show.

There will also be dance workshops (including a children’s dance tent…

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Trosa stadslopp 2018 – Runners in Trosa streets

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First there’s nothing but a beautiful summer evening around 21:00

Then people start showing up waiting for something to happen.

First thing happening is a leader car and some bikers that means something else is coming.

The winner of the running race with 200 meters left to finish line.

After the elite group comes the elite of amateurs.

People cheer and carry each runner with their voices and applauds to the finish line 200 meters away.

Still runners in the race.

Everyone gets good backup from the audience. It is a very friendly atmosphere.

Some of those who finished the race on their way back home before everyone has finish. We’re still waiting for the last hero.

Can this be the last one?

Nope. It wasn’t. Here comes the two final heroes.

After that comes the follow car.

Race is now almost over.

Streets are empty again.

What a lovely…

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Girls Gather

Friendly Fairy Tales


girls gather
on swings, flying high
laughter on the wind

Copyright 2018 Brenda Davis Harsham

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Beyond all Relationships

Inspire me

Relationship is supposed to bring happiness but is it actually like that. Many at times, we are the enemy of our own selves. Often times we let things we can control have control over us. For example… You know quite alright that staying angry doesn’t change a thing but still you stay angry whereby things get out of hand. You have control but choose to be controlled.

Life, as wonderful and beautiful is… It is also short. Remember, one time you were 10 years old, now you know your age, before you know what’s happening, you will clock 65 and above. You and I don’t have the luxury of wasting a bit out of life. This is more reason why I have to share this poem with you.

… Life is designed for us to enjoy every moment with everyone around us.

… This poem is beyond all relationships


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5th Stop


The fifth stop was going to take 3 days to reach. From Longreach there was a hop to Charters Towers, a skip to Innot Hot Springs and a jump to Atherton.

We cleaned up the rig in Charters Towers with the help of the caravan park’s chickens who were obviously well practised at finding the spoils off travellers vehicles.

Early start heading north, leaving via the Gregory Highway 63 then onto the Kennedy Developmental Road 62 and meeting up with the National Highway 1 (Kennedy Highway), we stopped at Innot Hot Springs the night.

Along the route we marked on our map, Mt Surprise and surrounding national parks, To Explore. The Undara Lava Tubes will be a definite place to visit and I think we could spend quite a few weeks exploring this region.

Our stay at Innot Hot Springs could not have been timed better. Soaking in the hot…

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En Niza, Palacio Lascaris, Chagall


El viento mistral se filtra en el clima mediterráneo de Niza, y según mi querida Adri es el causante de esa luz difusa y dorada que caracteriza a la ciudad. Niza, a pocas horas de tren desde París, es la segunda metrópoli más visitada de Francia, la joya de la Costa Azul que dista sólo 30 kilómetros de Italia y se emplaza entre Mónaco y Cannes, con una costanera trazada por los británicos que dotaron a la Promenade des Anglais de hoteles míticos como el Negresco y residencias que hoy constituyen un majestuoso patrimonio arquitectónico.

La ciudad es una combinación increíble del mar Mediterráneo, cuyo tono azul plomizo refleja la luz del sol y el fulgor de las piedras que componen las playas, con el esplendor de la Belle Époque entre viviendas de tonalidades terrosas y anaranjadas de balcones floridos. En las mínimas calles empedradas hay comercios gastronómicos, elegantes…

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