A Tale of Three Cities

Rio de Janiero, Brazil

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New Orleans, Louisiana

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Las Tablas, Panama

The difference between day

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And Night

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And to the rest of you poor slobs in the world it’s just another Tuesday

Happy Mardi Gras/ Carnaval!

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  1. Happy Mardi Gras, indeed! Those folks know how to do it! And while all that is going on in the cities, there’s always this, from the country!

    Folkstreams is a fantastic site. I’ve been looking at their stuff for a long time. I love their vids of the Gandy Dancers and there are quite a few that were shot down around Ysclosky in the bayou country of Saint Bernard Parish. I used to run crew boats out of there into the Kerr-McGee production field in Breton Sound for about two years. I’m glad you put the link here. I hope others reading this will click on it too and see how they celebrate in Cajun country, cher, I gar-on-tee.

  2. Thanks Richard for giving us the different phases of Carne Vale. It’s the only festivity Panamanians take seriously. All the rest is nothingness.

    Feliz Carnaval,

    Omar.-