Step into the Bahaman streets in the wee hours of the morning on December 26th, and become encircled in the liveliness of the Bahama's Junkanoo Festival. Thousands upon thousands will be dancing through the streets of Nassau, Bahamas in the most vibrant costumes, which can be spotted from miles away. You will whirl through droves of people in a circle of colour filled with the sweet sounds of music. These rhythmic sounds protrude out of whistles, brass instruments, goatskin drums and cowbells. The Junkanoo Festival in the Bahamas is just like that of Mardi Gras in New Orleans, or Carnival in Rio de Janeiro. Needless to say, there will be plenty of high energy spirits filling the streets on Junkanoo Day. Junkanoo is celebrated through ...
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