Welcome to another week of Travel Photo Thursday. I have left Nova Scotia, and Korea, and I am now in Chiang Mai. I’m settled in here for the next five weeks working on a book project with a deadline that is looming.
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I was in Halifax’s Public Gardens on a glorious sun shiny day a few weeks ago and I could here this great music wafting in from outside. I decided to leave the Gardens and investigate. I didn’t have to go far. Across the street in Victoria Park a navy band was performing for free. The band was here performing in the Nova Scotia International Tattoo. The Tattoo has been happening in Nova Scotia every year since I can remember, attracting military bands from the around the world. During performance week various bands were giving free noon hour performances throughout the city. They played some great music for a about 45 minutes and were well received by the downtown lunchtime crowd.Just one more opportunity for this budget traveler to experience something uniquely Nova Scotian for FREE! Oh, that statue behind the band is Robbie Burns.
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