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UNUSUAL HOLIDAYS AUGUST

In August, quite a lot of holidays and not only formal, but very unusual. Celebrate them in different corners of the globe fun and interesting. With some of them today we’ll introduce ourselves.

Since 1984 with an easy left hand British lefties 13 August worldwide annually celebrated “left-hander’s Day”. By the way, funny the fact that in the imperishable work of the Russian writer Nikolai Leskov- «left-handed» our left-handed craftsman shod toy flea, made right-handed

Brussels flower carpet — so-called holiday, which is celebrated Belgians on August 13-14. Every two years in the Central square of Brussels Grand place is spread a carpet of begonias live “tuberose grandiflora” (this variety was bred in 1860 in Flanders). The fragrant freshness of begonias supports within two days of the holiday the whole system of fountains, organically included in the plexus ornaments from 800 thousand colors. August 14 all gather in the square near the city hall, where a sound and light show, and the sky all night illuminated by fantastic fireworks.  Continue reading

Holiday Scenario “Journey to planet Solandia”

Presenter: Hello, kids – fun girls and naughty boys! Right, great,

we met in this beautiful room! Tell me, you are so wonderful today

look, because today is very important day? Children: Yes! What? (children

tell) Correctly. From that day, and begin a new school year. Let’s

then congratulate each other in unison. We will work with you to shout happy New year! Started!

Children shouting in unison: happy New year, happy New year!

Suddenly the music hall rushes in Kuzma with a Christmas tree under his arm. He’s not paying absolutely no attention to the audience, randomly runs around the room and trying to find somewhere to attach your Christmas tree.

Kuzma: All welcome. Where here to celebrate the New year? I brought you my Christmas tree. Where

better to put it? I found it! Puts here and there, gaze at me, shakes his head, moves to another place. Finally a place in the center of the room he liked.

Presenter: Kuzma, Hello. And why did you bring Continue reading

Menopaus – the Most fun holidays

Where and when: the last Wednesday of August in the Spanish town of Bunol, near Valencia. It is a fierce battle without casualties, except for a ton of tomatoes. Who was the pioneer of this tradition is hard to say. The raffle? Childish pranks? And in any case, however, the difference. Importantly, this celebration became a national Spanish tradition since 1945. On the last Wednesday of August, about 30 thousand people fill the streets of the small town to participate in “tomato shooting ranges”.

Party “Full month”

Where and when: Every month during the full moon on Koh Phi Panian (Ko Pha Ngan) in the Gulf of Thailand South China sea.

Asian alternative to the legendary Ibiza equally legendary Thai island of Ko Phi Panian (Koh Pha Ngan). The legend says that a party in honor of the full moon for the first time was organized on the occasion of his birthday in the 80-ies. The tourist has chosen an unusual place with his equally unusual action and began to come back again and again. Now 10 thousand tourists come from all over the world to the party.

The audience on the island, I must say, specific: flower children, musicians, DJs, poets, artists and designers. You won’t see here spoiled millionaires and arrogant Continue reading

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