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Culture - Festivals
In the streets of west London.
Every year in August on a sunday.
It it's held in Notting hill, London.
They wear and decorate things with bright, vibrant colors.
Jerk chicken and pork, Rice and Peas which is a side to Jerk Chicken and Pork, Caribbean dumplings, Goat Curry, Deep Fried plantains, spicy Jamaican patties, grilled corn, coconut water, Guinness Punch, and lots of Rum.
They run through the streets and go on floats/dance.
The first two days is only dancing through the streets and the third day to is paid version where they have a private after party.
They set up food stalls and you make sure the floats are ok to go then when the time is ready they go through the streets.
The climate is described as temperate not very cold and not very hot. The landscape of England is mostly rolling hills, some of it is more mountainous but England's highest peak is only 978 meters.
England is located to the west of mainland Europe
31st of december and 1st of January
Glasses were raised at quarter to twelve and they would shout "The old friend, Farewell, farewell" then at midnight they would shout "The new infant." and then three hip-hip-hoorays. Sometimes people would dance in the new year.
The first person to enter a house in the new year is called the first footing and it will either bring good luck or misfortune. another interesting thing is that in Allendale (A city in the northeast of England.) On their heads, they carry lighted tar barrels.
glasses were raised at quarter to twelve and they would shout "The old friend, Farewell, farewell" then at midnight they would shout "The new infant." and then three hip-hip-hoorays. Sometimes people would dance in the new year.
Sarangani Bay Festival :
If you head to the fest, then get prepared for a rainbow of colours
The celebration is hung on each third seven day stretch of May
Almost every year, the festival is held in Gumasa Beach, a beautiful shore in Sarangani.
They would be eating roast beef, homemade pies, treacle sponge and Eton mess.