International street festival Art-District Show parade in Constanta, Day 1. Just little bit of enjoyment and excitement on Constanta streets.
Diwali or Deepavali is the Hindu festival of lights celebrated every year in autumn. One of the most popular festivals of Hinduism, it spiritually signifies the victory of light over darkness, good over evil, knowledge over ignorance, and hope over despair. People enjoying Diwali in Bhavnagar.
Shri Sai Baba is one of the holy people in India, considered a saint and a guru. This is the temple in Bhavnagar.
Pinksteren is a festival in late spring or early summer in Holland and Dutch language countries. I spent a while in Delfzjil and had the opportunity to see Pinksteren there. Is a festival everybody is taking part and enjoy street food and beer. Well, beer only in the pub. Anyhow, looking through my latin eyes, it was amazing to see people having a daily job but organizing in bands and giving a nice show. Good job, Dutch people!
Lujiazui is the financial zone of Shanghai. Often called “Wall Street of China” is the heart of Shanghai economical life and a good part of China economical life. On the side of Huangpu river, here you can find the highest buildings in China and most of international companies and banks. Here you can find Jin Mao Tower, Shanghai Tower and Pearl Tower. Around a lot of hotels and restaurants offer you a lunch or dinner the way you like it, Chinese, European, Asian or Indian.
The Bund or Waitan is the waterfront area in Pushi, one of the two big areas in Shanghai, Pudong and Pushi, separated by Huangpu river. While Pudong is mainly business part of the city, Pushi is the entertainment part. Even the interests are not completely separated, Pudong has entertainment areas and Pushi business areas, here you will find nice pubs and clubs. I would recommend Xintiandi to spend a Friday or Saturday night.
About 50km far from Bhavnagar, Palitana is a complex of temples on top of the mountain. You can choose to climb by yourself or to use doli. Have to say after first 500 steps I thought I’m gonna die and dry up in the 38 degrees heat but recovered to climb up the 4000 steps and and roads between them. It deserved, not even all Indians going there do that. But some of them are doing it bear foot which is amazing.