Well, at least I didn't have to kill it first
"Hot off the grill"... as long as you remove it before it burns.
This grill-in-your-face style of cooking was unusual to me, but at least it allows you to get it exactly the way you want it, and lets you avoid those long pauses in conversation, by becoming engrossed in the food.
As you enter thru the Central America pavillion , Belize will be the first country you will see......
I love the display here.....They had a variety of beach sand you can feel and see from different beaches of the central american zone.....
They vary in color and texture...most interesting exibit.....
Republic of Panama
In this section, well. what else can you talk about than the Panama Canal..:)......
The 80 kilometers long Canal is the ONLY canal in the world linking the Atlantic and the pacific oceans.....It serves as a backbone for marine transport and is indespensable to the 15000 cargo vessels that transit the canal every year....
Separated by the sea by the lock gates,the Panama Canal contains ONLY fresh water....
More than 200 million liters of water are used
to activate the canal 3 locks every day..
The event started at 10:00 in the morning and ended sometimes after 16:00 in the afternoon. Many people arrived between 13:00 and 14:00 when the main procession started.
The big phallus and other objects are arranged at Shinmei Sha.
The men who will paricipante in the procession start at the Nokyo Center, walk towards Tagata Shrine, and arrive there shortly before 11:00. All men are 42 years old and are called Yaku Otoko, which means vulnearable men. I have no ideal about women call in this occasion. (sorry)!
A Shinto priest prays for a good fortune of the Yaku Otoko at Tagata Shrine.
The Yaku Otoko and other participants line up for the procession at Shinmei Sha.
The procession starts at Shinmei Sha and moves slowly towards Tagata Shrine. This is the main event.
Priests pray for a fruitful year at Tagata Shrine.
The procession arrives at Tagata Shrine.
"Mochi Nage": Rice cakes are thrown out to the crowd in front of Tagata Shrine.