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Fashion w/t limits:DurbanJuly

Published July 10, 2012 by aquahlekkergarla

Durban July is an event organised by Vodacom(a cellphone network service provider in SouthAfrica).In this day fashion is expressed without limitation,your creativity is just allowed to go all the way,you can go as far as designing a dress with leaves,grocery plastic bags,plate numbers,horns,grass just whatever you find is appreciated.It takes place at Durban,SouthAfrica,all roads were facing Durban this past weekend as people were flocking to this big city.This big day is an opportunity to let your hair down and show off your creativity in an eye-catching outfit for the big day. Based on the year’s theme ofcorse, racegoers are encouraged to put together garments for raceday that add to the special occasion. The competitive-minded designers enter the raceday competitions, and the edgy and daring are showcased in the Avant Garde raceday competition.There is horse racing,betting,food,fashion,musicand just everything.Its actually one of the biggest events in Africa attended by people from all over the world….i was more interested in the fashion part….just too much hey…..check out creativity meets fashion….

source:durbanjuly.co.za

 


Choral Music is FUN

Published July 6, 2012 by aquahlekkergarla

A while ago a friend of mine invited me to a music competition and this competition was sponsored by the President Of Botswana,my friend’s choir scooped first position and imagine it was their first time to take part into these competitions am so proud of them.This music competition is choral kinder of Music,i loved different kinds of attires that the groups wore…it was a beautiful day music lovers were going one direction,Choir members not eating anything sweet for several days before the competition to avoid scratching their voices, i think they where even drinking cooking oil instead of water to smoothen the pipe and the voice box lol..am kidding am not sure but at my elementary school we were given cooking oil and half cooked maize to eat,we were told they made our voices to come out nicely we were not allowed to eat sweets and if you happened to eat them a rod was going to cross your butt lol..wow elementary memories hey…anyway lets check the pictures…The winners of the competition… i HEART their colorful attire

                     Me and the guys from another choir

                                                                                                        Me and the boys

This guy is my older brother’s friend and he was in a choir too singing,pity my brother does not have interest,funny because my dad used to sing choral music i dnt know why he is not interest i thought boy child must copy dad aish…anyway am sorry for some photos with bad quality its because i was a bit far at the back and using both my phone and my camera…..

 

xoxoxo

Aquah