Wednesday, November 7, 2007

Its festival time

Wednesday, November 7, 2007
As we are celebrating diwali down here we are not the only one's celebrating festivals in this month there's a whole bunch of others around the world.As they say smile and the world smiles with you
and if you celebrate again you are not the only one

The Ellerslie International Flower Show,New Zealand.
Every year, for five days during November, the grounds of Auckland's Botanical Gardens in Manurewa are transformed into a plant paradise with thousands of glorious blooms, a selection of spectacular show gardens and some of the finest examples of horticultural excellence in the world.

Elephant Polo World Championships,Nepal
Elephant Polo, the world's unique sport, which has been there for twenty-five years yet remains so novel and still like a big tale to many as it remains yet to be discovered. Yes, the long journey of the great elephants, their admirers and this grand game is reaching its twenty-fifth year in coming November 26th. The silver jubilee of World Elephant Polo is being celebrated at the famous ground of its origin, Meghauly with its regular host, Tiger Tops Jungle Lodge with yet another awe-inspiring tournament of World Elephant Polo.

Festival Internacional del Globo, Mexico
International Hot Air Balloon Festival Leon, Guanajuato, November 29 to December 2nd
The skies above Leon's Metropolitan Park will be host to at least 80 hot air balloons during this festival and there will be concerts, contests and exhibitions for all ages to enjoy.

Sionna Festival,
Sionna 2007 is the seventh in a series of annual festivals of traditional music taking place in Limerick city. The festival features music, song and dance from , song and dance, featuring performers from Ireland, Germany, Denmark, Scotland, USA, Rwanda, Lebanon, South Korea, and Kurdistan. Venues around Limerick host events, ranging from schools workshops to masterclasses, sessions, concerts and ceilís.Sionna is hosted by the Irish World Academy of Music and Dance at the University of Limerick, under the directorship of Dr Mícheál Ó Súilleabhain.