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The Indian Ocean Vanilla Islands Carnival staged annually in Seychelles makes news in Serbian press

The Indian Ocean Vanilla Islands Carnival staged annually in Seychelles makes news in Serbian press (Forimmediaterelease.net) Seychelles and La Reunion’s nonstop three-day Carnival Festival of dance, music, and color – the much-awaited event of the Indian Ocean calendar of events held between March 2-4, 2012, has gained maximum publicity in the May issue of the Serb’s women’s magazine, “Lisa.”

In a double-page article entitled, “Exoticism that takes the breath away,” seen through the eyes, ears, and taste buds of Nenad Blagojevic, the renowned Serbian journalist, Nenad, shares his experience of the Seychelles islands, enticing Serbian nationals to discover what he described as “one of the most beautiful archipelagos in the world.”

“For no matter how many times you return to Seychelles, you will always have the feeling of experiencing it for the very first time. From the African country with it’s extremely hospitable people, even tourists of the most refined taste, return home satisfied,” Nenad Blagojevic wrote.

Experiencing firsthand Seychelles and La Reunion’s unique carnival party of the “melting pot of Cultures” in the heart of Victoria in the Seychelles, Nenad Blagojevic chronicled “A parade to remember” has invited the Serbian to choose “the month of March as the ideal period to come to the smallest capital in the world” to experience this Indian Ocean carnival, which has taken the region by storm, and which brings to mind a riot of colors and cultures.

“Alongside the opening ceremony, with the most popular local musicians, the spectacular kilometer-long parade with 56 groups from 30 countries was a feast for the eyes. Spectators greeted and supported the participants who paraded through the heart of the town and then continued on to many concerts that took place. Not far from the stage, you could try authentic local cuisine for 36 rupees (220 dinars).

“The start of this year’s carnival coincided with the grand opening of the Kempinski Hotel, which was celebrated with fireworks,” wrote the Serbian Nenad Blagojevic.

On a more tropical tone, Seychelles’ beaches and its lush vegetations were given mentions. In a sub-topic, “Alone on the beach,” according to Nenad Blagojevic, the “long sandy beaches coasting the Indian Ocean” are where “you may have the feeling that you are all alone, even though, yearly there come 200,000 tourists.” He said it is the perfect gateway for the Serbians. From Seychelles high to affordable accommodations, easy access to its islands, the “exoticism that takes the breath away” article is simply enticing the Serbian readers to take the chance to feel for themselves the unforgettable experience that Seychelles and La Reunion offers from the Indian Ocean as the new destination.

Thomas Steinmetz Email: thomas@eturbonews.com Telefon: 1-808-536-1100

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