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Welcome to my World

You don't have to be an expert to love the travel life.  A little interest would do.

Mine started in the early days while growing up in the Caribbean.  

Today, my interest involves cities, countries, people and their culture.  In

order to enjoy my life, I am happy to look and learn.

 

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ARIZONA HABITAT TRAIL 1     http://www.agaveville.org/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=2702

ARIZONA  HABITAT TRAIL 2    http://www.agaveville.org/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=2718

 

 

                                            IMAGES OF BRAZIL

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With a population of 200 million people, a visit to Brazil  is a must.  Whatever you hear, suspend your judgement, and experience the real deal.  With a country so large, you are spoilt for choice. Plan carefully; and with extensive research, you will be rewarded with a beautiful vacation.  Do remember the language is Portuguese, and that a few words could make a difference.

THE SPIRIT OF CARNIVAL

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                                                                    http://www.brazil.org.uk/tourism/index.html

 

                                                       ...............VISITING JAPAN.............

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VISITING JAPAN

日本へようこそ        そしてあなたの訪問を楽しみなさい

http://www.jnto.go.jp/eng/    

Paris has a new museum:    Musee du quai Branly

 

nature centre                                                                 Uncarina

 

Plants to Grow

Name  the plants below.           (Answers Below)

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Teotihuacan and Meso-American Culture

 

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 On The Move:

Recently I returned from a trip to Trinidad and Tobago .   Below are some of the garden photographs taken from my tour around the islands.

 http://www.gotrinidadandtobago.com/home/home.php                            POUI

 

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Plants to Grow

ORCHIDS  possess some of the most beautiful flowers in the world.  They also as a group constitute one of the largest species of plants.  At  a rough guess, they probably number above 60,000  species.  Although their origins are definitely from the wild, they have become probably one of the home's most decorative plants.  For people in the tropics they are still an easy hobby to maintain.  For the rest of us, growing orchids need a lot of patience, and of course we have to invent the light and temperature which are absolutely needed for their survival.  To grow  species of these plants is an interesting challenge.

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Plants to Grow

MAMMILLARIAS

Easily one of the largest cactaceae group with over 250 species, mammallarias are very popular with the general public.   Although variable, most of these plants conform to being small and globular in appearance.  This usually makes them acceptable hobby plants.  Their ability to bloom early, those colourful rings of flowers, also add to their appeal.  They are found generally through tropical Americas, especially in Mexico and the southern US.

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http://www.pallanca.it/

http://www.bcss.org.uk/index.html

                        

About me

(aeonium  pereskia  crassula  euphorbia  sinningia)  (aloe  opuntia  mammallaria  pachypodium  uncarina)  (agave  chieridopsis  aloe  dasylirion  aeonium)

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Created by  winston james      February 2012      Last update  Sep 2013       All photos are copyrighted to WJ