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* Harissa (''pictured'') is a '''very hot spicy chili paste''' (somtimes milded with carrots or yogurt), served with bread as a starter at almost any meal in [[Tunisia]].
 
* A '''supernatural creature called "Mothman"''' was reportedly sighted on several occasions in the 1960's around [[Point Pleasant (West Virginia)|Point Pleasant]] in [[West Virginia]]. Today there is a '''Mothman themed museum, research center, statue and festival in the city.'''
 
* A '''supernatural creature called "Mothman"''' was reportedly sighted on several occasions in the 1960's around [[Point Pleasant (West Virginia)|Point Pleasant]] in [[West Virginia]]. Today there is a '''Mothman themed museum, research center, statue and festival in the city.'''
 
* In [[South Luangwa National Park]] in [[Zambia]] you can take a '''night safari'''.
 
* In [[South Luangwa National Park]] in [[Zambia]] you can take a '''night safari'''.
* Mural de la Prehistoria (''pictured'') in [[Viñales]] is perhaps the '''most bizarre sight''' on [[Cuba]]. It is a cliff painted with snails, dinosaurs, and a family of cavepersons, in garish colors.
 
  
  

Revision as of 04:50, 18 June 2012

Harissa, Tunisia.JPG
  • Harissa (pictured) is a very hot spicy chili paste (somtimes milded with carrots or yogurt), served with bread as a starter at almost any meal in Tunisia.
  • A supernatural creature called "Mothman" was reportedly sighted on several occasions in the 1960's around Point Pleasant in West Virginia. Today there is a Mothman themed museum, research center, statue and festival in the city.
  • In South Luangwa National Park in Zambia you can take a night safari.


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