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  • ACTIVETRAVEL ASIA announces to ACTIVETRAVEL ASIA announces to launch Vietnam travel photo contest 2012 for travelers from across the world.

    • From: acitvetraveasia
    • Description:

       ACTIVETRAVEL ASIA (ATA), one of the leading adventure travel companies in Indochina, has launched the Vietnam photo contest 2012 for travelers all over the world named “Vietnam in your heart is…”

      The participants will have chance to win attractive awards by submitting the best travel photo of their holiday experiences in Vietnam.

      This contest is aimed to encourage participants share their unique photos and unforgettable memories taken in Vietnam. The photo must show their impressive experiences that made holidays in Vietnam to be the time of their lives.

       

      The prize will based on the amount of LIKE on each photo and photo’s evaluations by ATA experts. The highest prizes for the winners are TWO great tours on Halong Bay cruise (3 days/2 nights) for 2 persons at Oriental Sails Cruise and Halong Emotion Cruise

       

      Entrants can send their photos to event@activetravel.asia  with title and a short description of where and how the photo was taken. Photos must be original works of the participants along with the entrant’s name, email, address, phone number.

      All photos will be review by the ACTIVETRAVEL ASIA, photos which are eligible with the terms and conditions of this competition will be posted on ATA’s Facebook Fan page, and ACTIVETRAVEL ASIA Blog & Vietnam Adventure News.

      This competition will start from November 12, 2012 to January 31, 2013 and the awards will be announced on January 10, 2013.

       

      PRIZE

      The highest prizes:

      The second prize is a two day cycling tour of ACTIVE TRAVEL ASIA for photo that has the amount of LIKE ranked highest after the first.

       

      Incentive prizes: Five coupons, each worth $50 will be awarded to five senders of submitting first photo to the contest.

       

      For more information about Terms and Conditions to join the contest, please visit our official photo contest website at http://blog.activetravel.asia/p/activetravel-asias-photo-contest-2012.html and the Fanpage www.facebook.com/Active.Travel

       

      About ACTIVETRAVEL ASIA (ATA): launched in Vietnam in 2006, one of the Indochina's leading adventure travel companies, offers a wide selection of Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia adventure tours, including hiking and trekking, biking, motorcycling, kayaking, overland touring and family travel packages. ATA’s packages and tailor-made private itineraries will take travelers through exotic destinations to really experience the culture, history and nature of Asia. 

       

      About Halong Emotion Cruise: The best way to discover the natural beauty of the bay is onboard Halong Emotion, designed to give you the best service you could possibly wish for. Halong Emotion combines charm and great comfort to meet the growing demand of travelers looking for luxurious cruises in the Bay

       

      About Oriental Sails CruiseORIENTAL SAILS has becoming a well-known company who offers overnight trips to Halong Bay. Starting with only 1 cruise Oriental Sails I (16 cabins) in 2009, after more than 3 years we are now a group of 2 superior Oriental Sails cruises, 1 deluxe Calypso Cruiser and Luxury Star Light Cruiser which is launching in February 2013. Oriental Sails can satisfy most of your demand from middle range to high class when you choose us to enjoy beauty of our World Natural Heritage and assert that we are the best choice for your Halong Bay Trip.

       

      Supported by ACTIVETRAVEL ASIA – Actively explore the hidden land!

      Hanoi Office:

      Add: Floor 12 Building 45 Nguyen Son Street, Long Bien district, Hanoi, Vietnam

      Tel: +844 3573 8569

      Fax: +844 3573 8570

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  • PARTY ON THE BEACH AT THE LOEW PARTY ON THE BEACH AT THE LOEWS HOTEL IN SANTA MONICA

    • From: ajjordan2
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      Loews Hotel Santa MonicaWith the weather still warm and Halloween around the corner, this is the perfect time to hit the beach…Not just visit the beach, but kick off Halloween weekend right, with a beach party at the luxurious Loews Santa Monica Beach Hotel. This will be the hotel’s first annual “Live From Loews: A Rockin’ Halloween Beach Bash”. The party will include various tricks and treats, including classic rock performances by the local band Everyday Housewives and a voluntary costume contest, whose winner receives a two-night stay at Loews Santa Monica Beach Hotel and dinner for two in Ocean & Vine restaurant.

      There will be an added treat of a Halloween-inspired farm-to-table menu prepared by Executive Chef Keith Roberts. Some of the dishes include Wharf Troll’s Favorite Fish Tacos, Undertaker’s Brick Furnace Pizza, Spicy Shark Bite Shredded Tuna Rolls, Warm Smashed Jack-o’-Lantern Pie and a ghoulish signature cocktail. Managing director, Paul Leclerc says, “We’ll turn the lights down, the music up and revel in the freedom to live it up for one night only”…What a better way to spend a Friday night?

      The event is October 26th from 6:30 to 10:00pm.

      The tickets are usually $99, but Travel Zoo is offering them for $49 each or two for $89. This includes entry, parking, unlimited tastings from the Farm-to-table menu, and wine and beer.

      http://www.travelzoo.com/local-deals/Beach-Cities/Other/27899

      Also check out all of the amenities and goodies the Loews Hotel Santa Monica has to offer:
      www.santamonicaloewshotel.com

       

      Loews Santa Monica Hotel

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  • Flower Festival Bangalore Flower Festival Bangalore

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      Pookkalam Contest 2012 will be held at Richmond Lawns #Bangalore http://goo.gl/TAfbY

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  • Visiting Vong Vieng floating v Visiting Vong Vieng floating village in Halong bay

    • From: indochinasails
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      As a large and age-old fishing village in  Ha Long bay, Vong Vieng attaches great historical and cultural value and has currently attracted lots of tourists.

       vung-vieng-floating-village.jpg



       

      There are 4 fishing villages in the World Heritage site: Ba Hang, Cua Van, Vong Vieng and Cap La, A village of about 600 inhabitants. After disembarking the mother boat, tourists will be transferred by rowing boats, tender boats, or doing kayaking to enter Vong Vieng fishing village.

      It is a magically calm place, an escape from the hustle of Vietnam streets. There are about 50 families in the village and the population is between 200 and 300 residents, including nearly 100 children. The village is a true waterworld, rising and falling with the tides, sheltered a midst limestone towers. These families have lived in this village for generations. Their floating houses look spacious and clean. The well-off families even have tiled roof houses with radios, television sets, tables and chairs, etc. There is one community house here where villagers come to have meetings. Here is also the place tourists stopover to shop some traditional hand made items.

       

      Visiting the village, tourists have a chance to enjoy “Vong Vieng night” which is considered an attractive and original tourism product. In the evening, under the soft light of the moon and the oil lamps, tourists sit on woven bamboo boats, breathe fresh air, listen to duel love songs, drop flower garlands and colored lanterns for luck and see the fishermen catching marine products. Tourists get strange and unforgetable feeling after enjoying this special kind of tourism product.

      In addition, the fishing village festival is held once a year during the Ha Long Tourism Week. In the festival, tourists can take part in a variety of activities will be held such as folk song singing contest, food processing competition, swimming competition, boat handling competion, etc.

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  • In Touch with the Real World: In Touch with the Real World: Vietnam Bicycle Tour

    • From: Activetravel
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      Because the technology makes traveling easier than it was hundreds years ago, today people fly from places to places to experience the different cultures in various countries. Vietnam, however, is one place that people think it is the place left in the world that is so close to the “reality.” Many destinations have not yet been explored by travelers.

      Vietnam is a bicycle-friendly country. Many people use bikes to commute in Vietnam. Bicycle travelers, Bill Fridl, Patrick Morris and David Foster chose their ways to discover the country. They cycled in Vietnam between 1995 and 2000. If you choose this method to sightsee in Vietnam, time can be the issue. Plan a trip with time flexibility to ensure a good quality trip. Cycling in Vietnam, time and energy are what you need. Knowing basic techniques to take care your bike would be a plus, and you can usually find some locals to help you with the bicycle problems. However, the language barrier could be a challenge.

      The bicycle brings more adventure excitments

      People who had traveled to Vietnam agreed that it was an interesting experience in general, but the bicycle tours definitely brought more adventurous excitements. There are two directions you can go. From north to south, you can visit Hanoi, Hue, Danang and Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City) in that order. Or choose the other way travel from south to north. You can fly to Saigon and bike to Danang, Hue and Hanoi. I figure that if I am biking from place to place, I don’t want to go back and forth. Additionally, I want to at least visit and spend some time at the four big cities in Vietnam.

      According to some experienced bicycling travelers, it will take about three weeks to finish the route, but it really depends on how much time you want to spend in these places as a tourist, meaning sightseeing and just hanging out to relax. The benefit and disadvantage of the bike tour is that you might feel the cultural shocks sooner than regular “tourists” because you are so close to the locals.

      Be prepared for the cultural clashes

      Beginning from national capital Hanoi, a city called the “Paris of the Orient” because of the beautiful lakes and shaded streets. The beauty of the bike tour is that you can meet the locals and observe what they are doing every day. Friendly smiles, sunshine beaches and yummy food, they are all the amazing things to attract biker’s attention on the way to their next destination. While hanging out nearHanoi, Frenchtown, Ho Chi Minh Museum, Presidential Palace, Hoan Kiem Lake, Ngoc Son Temple are hot spots to visit. Hanoi is a historical town where visitors can find evidence of the history.

      Hearing so many people’s stories about visiting Hanoi, Bat Trang sounds like an attractive place. The town specializes in making large pottery and porcelain using traditional methods. The history dates back since the 16th century. This destination might not be everyone’s cup of tea, but I am usually attracted by the things like that. Besides, Bat Trang is located in the southeast of Hanoi about 17 kilometers away.

      Hue, known as one of the most beautiful cities in Vietnam, is the royal family’s former residence. Hue is also the heart of culture, religion and education. After days of biking, visiting the Thien Mu Pagoda is a peaceful journey. When you feel like a little bit of sunshine and salty water, the Thuan An Beach connects to the South China Sea and is about 13 kilometers from Hue. The beach has a protected lagoon. Although foreigners need to pay the fee to enter the area, it is still a popular location.

      Along the Perfum River (Huong Giang), there are many places to see such as Hon Chen Temple, Minh Mang Tomb and Gia Long Tomb. They are solemn locations with great masterpieces of architecture. Other things such as people’s activities on the streets and the view at the Trang Tien Bridge can also be appealing to visitors as well.

      Start from Hue and bike 108 kilometers south, you arrive at Danang. It might sound like a long way, but you will enjoy the view of Lang Co Beach and Hai Van Pass. In 1965, Danang became one of the biggest US military bases in Southeast Asia.

      The China Beach (Non Nuoc) is about 15 kilometers from Danang and about one kilometer away from the Marble Mountains. The beach is a popular surfing and swimming resort from March to August. Sponsored by the Vietnamese government and other various organizations, there is a surfing contest held in the area every year. Danang is also the third biggest city in Vietnam.

      Finally, you reach Saigon. The city had been through so many times of name changes. Today, it is known as the Ho Chi Minh City worldwide although not many Vietnamese use it. Saigon is probably the most famous city in Vietnam due to its frequent media exposure.

      In Saigon, I won’t miss the water puppet theater for the world. The show is only 20 to 30 minutes long. It is for the children’s entertainment, but it will please all ages. There are two fixed venues, History Museum and War Crimes Museum. It requires many difficult techniques to make a great water puppets show. There are also fixed venues for water puppet shows in Hanoi. Planning the trip, I would probably include the shows at the two cities and called it a Vietnam Water Puppet Tour.

      Some people think Saigon is a dangerous city because of the aggressive drivers, prostitutes, child beggars and other criminals. Experienced travelers recommend being aware of the bui doi (street kids). Vietnamese called them the dust of life. They sell random goods for a living and sometimes steal from tourists. Foreign bikers also think that it is the most confusing place to ride a bike. There are not many traffic lights in the district. Most of the roads seem to be one-way, but not many people follow the signs so be prepared for the chaotic situation.

      Move slowly and prepare for the chaotic streets

      Today, the Internet is so convenient that there is so much information about traveling. Use the search engine leads you to many travelers’ unique stories.

      Visit the following links to read about cycling in Vietnam: Active Travel Asia

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  • In Touch with the Real World: In Touch with the Real World: Vietnam Bicycle Tour

    • From: Activetravel
    • Description:
      Because the technology makes traveling easier than it was hundreds years ago, today people fly from places to places to experience the different cultures in various countries.Vietnam, however, is one place that people think it is the place left in the world that is so close to the “reality.” Many destinations have not yet been explored by travelers.
      Vietnam is a bicycle-friendly country. Many people use bikes to commute in Vietnam. Bicycle travelers, Bill Fridl, Patrick Morris and David Foster chose their ways to discover the country. They cycled in Vietnam between 1995 and 2000. If you choose this method to sightsee in Vietnam, time can be the issue. Plan a trip with time flexibility to ensure a good quality trip. Cycling in Vietnam, time and energy are what you need. Knowing basic techniques to take care your bike would be a plus, and you can usually find some locals to help you with the bicycle problems. However, the language barrier could be a challenge.
       The bicycle brings more adventure excitments
      People who had traveled to Vietnam agreed that it was an interesting experience in general, but the bicycle tours definitely brought more adventurous excitements. There are two directions you can go. From north to south, you can visit Hanoi, Hue, Danang and Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City) in that order. Or choose the other way travel from south to north. You can fly to Saigon and bike to Danang, Hue and Hanoi. I figure that if I am biking from place to place, I don’t want to go back and forth. Additionally, I want to at least visit and spend some time at the four big cities in Vietnam.
      According to some experienced bicycling travelers, it will take about three weeks to finish the route, but it really depends on how much time you want to spend in these places as a tourist, meaning sightseeing and just hanging out to relax. The benefit and disadvantage of the bike tour is that you might feel the cultural shocks sooner than regular “tourists” because you are so close to the locals. 
       Be prepared for the cultural clashes

      Beginning from national capital Hanoi, a city called the “Paris of the Orient” because of the beautiful lakes and shaded streets. The beauty of the bike tour is that you can meet the locals and observe what they are doing every day. Friendly smiles, sunshine beaches and yummy food, they are all the amazing things to attract biker’s attention on the way to their next destination. While hanging out near Hanoi, Frenchtown, Ho Chi Minh Museum, Presidential Palace, Hoan Kiem Lake,Ngoc Son Temple are hot spots to visit. Hanoi is a historical town where visitors can find evidence of the history.
      Hearing so many people’s stories about visiting Hanoi, Bat Trang sounds like an attractive place. The town specializes in making large pottery and porcelain using traditional methods. The history dates back since the 16th century. This destination might not be everyone’s cup of tea, but I am usually attracted by the things like that. Besides, Bat Trang is located in the southeast of Hanoiabout 17 kilometers away.
      Hue, known as one of the most beautiful cities in Vietnam, is the royal family’s former residence.Hue is also the heart of culture, religion and education. After days of biking, visiting the Thien Mu Pagoda is a peaceful journey. When you feel like a little bit of sunshine and salty water, the Thuan An Beach connects to the South China Sea and is about 13 kilometers from Hue. The beach has a protected lagoon. Although foreigners need to pay the fee to enter the area, it is still a popular location.
      Along the Perfum River (Huong Giang), there are many places to see such as Hon Chen Temple, Minh Mang Tomb and Gia Long Tomb. They are solemn locations with great masterpieces of architecture. Other things such as people’s activities on the streets and the view at the Trang TienBridge can also be appealing to visitors as well.
      Start from Hue and bike 108 kilometers south, you arrive at Danang. It might sound like a long way, but you will enjoy the view of Lang Co Beach and Hai Van Pass. In 1965, Danang became one of the biggest US military bases in Southeast Asia.
       
      The China Beach (Non Nuoc) is about 15 kilometers from Danang and about one kilometer away from the Marble Mountains. The beach is a popular surfing and swimming resort from March to August. Sponsored by the Vietnamese government and other various organizations, there is a surfing contest held in the area every year. Danang is also the third biggest city in Vietnam.
      Finally, you reach Saigon. The city had been through so many times of name changes. Today, it is known as the Ho Chi Minh City worldwide although not many Vietnamese use it. Saigon is probably the most famous city in Vietnam due to its frequent media exposure.
      In Saigon, I won’t miss the water puppet theater for the world. The show is only 20 to 30 minutes long. It is for the children’s entertainment, but it will please all ages. There are two fixed venues,History Museum and War Crimes Museum. It requires many difficult techniques to make a great water puppets show. There are also fixed venues for water puppet shows in Hanoi. Planning the trip, I would probably include the shows at the two cities and called it a Vietnam Water Puppet Tour.
      Some people think Saigon is a dangerous city because of the aggressive drivers, prostitutes, child beggars and other criminals. Experienced travelers recommend being aware of the bui doi (street kids). Vietnamese called them the dust of life. They sell random goods for a living and sometimes steal from tourists. Foreign bikers also think that it is the most confusing place to ride a bike. There are not many traffic lights in the district. Most of the roads seem to be one-way, but not many people follow the signs so be prepared for the chaotic situation.
       Move slowly and prepare for the chaotic streets
      Today, the Internet is so convenient that there is so much information about traveling. Use the search engine leads you to many travelers’ unique stories.
      Visit the following links to read about cycling in Vietnam: Active Travel Asia
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  • Tiger Fest on Feb 10 &11 to Pr Tiger Fest on Feb 10 &11 to Promote wildlife tourism

    • From: marklarson
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      NAGPUR: After the TOI's Waghpur campaign that culminated in state declaring Nagpur as 'Gateway to the Tiger Land' early last year, hardly anything was done by stakeholders to explore the various possibilities and avenues of development that such a status might bring.

      Finally, Vidarbha Economic Development (VED) Council and CENIN Travels are organising a two day Wagh Utsav to promote tiger wildlife tours in the region. "We are organising this to bring all stakeholders together to work for the development of the region," said Vilas Kale, one of the organizers. The event will take place on February 10 and 11 at South Central Zone Cultural Centre (SCZCC).

      Apart from a host of events marking the event, the Day Two of the Utsav will also see launch of Friends of Tiger Country - Central India by Sushmita Sen who will be the brand ambassador of the organization. "Sushmita Sen will also enrol as the first friend of the Tiger Country," informed Kale.

      Various competitions will be held during the two-day festival in which students from across the city will be taking part. The famous Wagh dance of Nagpur will be the star attraction of the event. "Wagh dance is unique to Nagpur wherein people paint themselves in colours of tiger and dance to the rhythm of drumbeats," Kale said.

      Other events include drawing competition for kids with the theme being 'Friends of Tiger', amateur photography competition on 'Splendours of Tiger Country', inter-collegiate skit contest and fashion show by INIFD. Maharashtra India Tours Development Corporation (MTDC), SCZCC and Radio Mirchi are also supporting this initiative.

      "The status that Nagpur holds as Gateway to Tiger Land is unique. TOI did a great effort when it undertook the Waghpur campaign, similar efforts are required to translate this status into tangible gains for the region," said Kale. Devendra Parekh, president VED said, "VED has always been at the forefront in the cause of Vidarbha's development. It is important for us to realize our assets to increase the influx of capital in the region for growth."

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  • Cornbread Festival Cornbread Festival

    • From: plonde
    • Description:

      Cornbread Festival sign
      The NATIONAL Cornbread Festival celebrated its 15th year when I visited in May 2011. Way to go  South Pittsburg, TN to have a national presence! And a presence it did have: thousands upon thousands of people and even a newspaper printed just for the occasion. Personally I don’t think that was necessary, nor did they need live web-streaming, but they had all media platforms covered and gosh dernit they were gonna use em!

      It’s a truly glorious festival with giveaways from Martha White, carnival rides, greasy food, and spectacular people watching.

      The true gifts were hidden away at the poorly attended bluegrass tent where men who had worked hard their whole lives found joy in music and happened upon a young boy who could play and sing with a soul much older than he. How do you harmonize when you’ve only just met?

      Click to see the slideshow.

       

      Cornbread Festival

      July 3, 2011

      Cornbread Festival sign
      The NATIONAL Cornbread Festival celebrated its 15th year when I visited in May 2011. Way to go  South Pittsburg, TN to have a national presence! And a presence it did have: thousands upon thousands of people and even a newspaper printed just for the occasion. Personally I don’t think that was necessary, nor did they need live web-streaming, but they had all media platforms covered and gosh dernit they were gonna use em!

      It’s a truly glorious festival with giveaways from Martha White, carnival rides, greasy food, and spectacular people watching.

      The true gifts were hidden away at the poorly attended bluegrass tent where men who had worked hard their whole lives found joy in music and happened upon a young boy who could play and sing with a soul much older than he. How do you harmonize when you’ve only just met?

       

      Bluegrass, posted with vodpod

      Plate of Cornbread Samples

      Of course there’s a cornbread bake-off. They do it with a twist: add variety to the traditional recipe. I wasn’t a fan. If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it and I just wanted heaping servings of warm decadent cornbread. Instead there were sampler sizes of chicken chive cornbread flaps, Hawaiian cornbread fritters, and Tooti Fruity cornbread balls, among others. I sat in the corner of the eating tent, curled myself into a cornbread ball and wept.

      And then the eating contests. A race for freezing cold ice cream, and to see who can force down “cornbread” minus sugar, liquid, and other ingredients that make it palatable. The things we’ll do for a t-shirt!

      Click to see the slideshow.

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  • Seeing Red at the Watermelon C Seeing Red at the Watermelon Carnival

    • From: plonde
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      The Watermelon Carnival is Water Valley, Mississippi’s most prized annual celebration (that’s what the website says). Bless their hearts. The site also asserts that an estimated 20,000 people attend the various events. Perhaps over the carnival’s history since 1931, but absolutely not in a single weekend. If that’s how they count then we have further evidence of how they achieve their standings in U.S. Education rankings.

      Politicians were in full evangelizing force. And despite the carnival being held between white and black neighborhoods, this festival was not integrated. Perhaps the politicians should add that to their agenda?

      I went full force for the festival experience. Pancake breakfast at the Lions Club. Overheated and relaxed at the EMT tent where they said my hat used to be a sombrero and also overheated so it shrunk. Went to the starlight street dance. Saw the fireworks. Was presumed by everyone as the event photographer. Basically, I blended.

      Fun Facts: It takes 90 days to grow a watermelon from seed to harvest.

      One farmer pulled 4,000 melons for the festival. Why? Because he had them and  he could.

      Stay tuned for posts about the nail-biting seed-spitting contest AND the watermelon eating contest. you’ll never guess what happened! If you had 4,000 watermelons would sell them all at one place? Put all your eggs in a basket, so to speak.

      Click here to see the slideshow.

      www.americanathebeautiful.org

      @AmericanaBtiful

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  • Seed-Sptting Contest: Where Co Seed-Sptting Contest: Where Couth Comes to Die

    • From: plonde
    • Description:

      This episode picks up where we last left off…at the Watermelon Carnival. 

      The Seed-Spitting Contest: What to say that isn’t expressed by the name itself? I’ve got nothing. So just look at the pictures. (please)

      Have you ever participated in a seed-spitting content?
      An anything-spitting contest?
      Any contest at all?

      Click here to see the slideshow.

      www.americanathebeautiful.org

      @AmericanaBtiful

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  • Watermelon Eating Contest Watermelon Eating Contest

    • From: plonde
    • Description:

      Prior posts transported us to the Watermelon Carnival in Water Valley, MS and to the nail-biting competition of the seed-spitting contest. Now we get to the nitty gritty (yes, I said “nitty gritty”) and explore the underbelly of the Watermelon Eating Contest.

      Now this was a site to behold. And to be-stand a few steps away from.

      There’s not much chewing necessary, which is good for all eating contests, and an innate bonus for watermelon. It should really be called a slurping contest. They plowed from side to side like it was a typewriter-ear-of-corn-hybrid and in a matter of minutes a quarter melon was gone. Just slush at their feet and goo on their faces.

      And if you weren’t sure if competitive spirit was still alive, it’s thriving in Water Valley, MS. They went at those melons like there was more at stake than a measly prize.

      Have you ever been in an eating contest?
      Would you do it again?
      What did you eat?

      Click here to see the slideshow.

      www.americanathebeautiful.org

      @AmericanaBtiful

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  • Morning updates for the contes Morning updates for the contest

    • From: elan
    • Description:

      Collection of images from a December 09 trip to Hawaii to see the Billabong Pipeline Masters with a couple of friends. We rented a house directly on Rocky Point for a week. Unfortunately, we missed the 'Eddie' while in flight to Hawaii, but the leftover swell the next day was still impressive.

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  • Starry Starry Sarah Starry Starry Sarah

    • From: davidspiel
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      See a video of this location on Dave's Art and Travel Channel here: http://www.youtube.com/user/travelandart/feed?view_as=public

      While I am loathe to include family photos in a photo contest, I cannot resist. My wife and two daughters loved the trip to France, which began, as it should, with the Eifel Tower. A good trick is to book a table at one of the restaurants as to avoid having to stand in line for the elevators. I chose Altitude 95 for its economy. The other restaurant is Alain Ducasse’s  Les Jules Verne which has astronomical prices. Since I had only budgeted $500 per day for food, this was clearly not for us. I had saved all my money for Taillevent which was a huge disappointment.After a short walk to the Trocadero, I took this picture just after sunset. A picture of the rest of my brood will follow next.

       

       

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  • Los Cabos Contest Los Cabos Contest

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      Sea of Cortez Sunset

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  • A beautiful day in Mexico--Los A beautiful day in Mexico--Los Cabos Contest

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  • morning fog overlooking Denali morning fog overlooking Denali

    • From: jkirton
    • Description:

      Pictures taken on Cruise/land tour, August 2010, starting in Fairbanks, AK and ending in Vancouver BC

       

      Los Cabos Mexico contest

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  • great view from inside ship great view from inside ship

    • From: jkirton
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      Pictures taken on Cruise/land tour, August 2010, starting in Fairbanks, AK and ending in Vancouver BC

       

      Los Cabos Mexico contest

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  • Mt. McKinley Mt. McKinley

    • From: jkirton
    • Description:

      Pictures taken on Cruise/land tour, August 2010, starting in Fairbanks, AK and ending in Vancouver BC

       

      Los Cabos Mexico contest

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  • Each one is unique Each one is unique

    • From: danderso18
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      Cross country skiing in northern MN we were in awe of the beutiful frost on the trees!

       "Los Cabos vacation" contest picture

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