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  • It's a lot like the people on St. Croix who live in Christiansted and disdain the semi-weekly Wednesday night carnival in Frederiksted [ where the cruise ships unload the hoi polloi ] by staying at home. I never considered moving to Frederikstead from Solitude Farm but I rode my bike into town whenever I was around for it since you can have a good time in spite of or even because of the tourists :) Now all London needs is a little tropical weather and a few bartenders who can make some decent mai tais in l

  • Blimey, the things you remember. I too remember having a bit of a laugh at the Notting Hill Carnival back in the day. I seem to recall a fairly decent amount of beer was involved. Must have been at least 10 years (or so) ago now.

    Bloody hell, where does the time go??
  • I watched the Truro carnival today... much smaller - took about 30 minutes to go past - the highlight being 'Falmouth Marine Band' - a group of men who approach music in a typically cornich manner by ensuring they are sloshed before starting, in a very public place and well armed with lude jokes and oil drums as well as whatever outfit they reckon suits the occasion.

    Its a shame that insurance and penny-pinching has reduced regional carnivals to such small affairs - I remember the village carnival in Budoc

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