Posts Tagged ‘Isla’

caballitos de mar “acuario la isla, cancun”

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Ghosts of Culloden ~ Isla Grant

Sung By: Isla Grant http /isla/index.php?content=biography The Battle of Culloden (April 16, 1746) was the final clash between the French-supported Jacobites and the Hanoverians in the 1745 Jacobite Rising. It was the last battle to be fought on mainland Britain. Culloden brought the Jacobite cause—to restore the House of Stuart (known as the House of Stewart in Scotland) to the throne of Great Britain—to a decisive defeat. The Jacobites—most of them Highland Scots—supported the claim of Charles Edward Stuart (aka “Bonnie Prince Charlie” or “The Young Pretender”) to the throne; the British army, under the Duke of Cumberland, younger son of the Hanoverian sovereign, King George II, supported his father’s cause. The aftermath of the battle was brutal and earned the victorious general the name “Butcher” Cumberland. Charles Edward Stuart eventually left Britain and went to Rome, never to attempt to take the throne again. Civil penalties were also severe. New laws attacked the Highlanders’ clan system, and even highland dress was outlawed.
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Isla Vista Shark Attack

Don’t do it if you can’t hang.

shark attack at ocean city maryland

Great White Shark Bite Sequence – Isla Guadalupe and South Australia

This is a selection from our stock footage library of some HD great white shark bite footage. These sharks were filmed in South Australia and Isla Guadalupe. Watch more at

An alternative rock band plays live at my school during the WTOS School of Rock event!
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“A much needed escape” Clarasudamerica’s photos around Copacabana and Isla del Sol, Bolivia

A TripAdvisor™ TripWow slideshow of a travel blog to Copacabana and Isla del Sol, Bolivia by TravelPod blogger Clarasudamerica titled “A much needed escape” Clarasudamerica’s travel blog entry: “I woke up at 5 am and could not go back to sleep. At least Bolivia, where I am headed this morning, is an hour ahead! 6 am somehow seems slightly more normal than 5 am. I had another breakfast of champions–three rolls with butter and a banana (opted to skip the coffee syrup and “juice” that my hotel served). A middle-aged woman from Marseille was sitting at the table next to me, so we started chatting. She seemed nice enough, but I did a double take when she claimed that she had no desire to visit the United States because of what we “did to the Native Americans.” I have heard some interesting reasons for not wanting to visit America, but this one threw me for a loop. I’m sorry, and what did the French “do” to the Vietnamese? And the Africans? And Indonesians? And please remind me, who was it who colonized North America? Didn’t they come from EUROPE? Oh, and aren’t we currently in a place where the Spaniards decimated Inca culture and civilization? Yeah, that is a REALLY good reason not to come to America. I politely responded that I think all countries have a history of persecution… Gary met me at my hotel and we caught a cab to the terminal to catch our 7:30 am bus to Copacabana. Our driver was nuts–your typical crazy young guy who loves to honk and pass on blind curves and
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