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Check out this Amazing post from @helena.monella Io e il mio super monellino vi auguriamo uno splendido marted. Buona giornata #helenamonella #bestfriend #beautifulday #relax #relaxing sunnyday sunnydays dog beagle beaglesofinstagram instagirl sweetgirl italiangirl polishgirl russiangirl englishgirl frenchgirl selfietime instaselfie italia milano italy milan italie blonde blondegirl blondehair vigevano

The Annapurna circuit in

The Annapurna circuit in Nepal is a beautiful trekking, most people now a day will take a bus or jeep to one of the higher villages and start from there. Please give your self the time and make the classic trek, starting from Besisahar (760m) and walk up to the Thorung la pass (5416m) and down will give a totaly different expirience in culture and in the dramatically changing landscape while you are climbing higher and higher. This is one of those views you could easily have missed if your sitting in a jeep of bus. #traveltheworld #travel #picoftheday #photooftheday #theworldguru #thephotographersclub #natgeotravel #globeshotz #hubs_united #photoofday #picofday #natgeo #natgeotravel #zoomnl #trampslife @wandertramps #amazingbeautifulearth @ig_photo_live #ig_photo_live #annapurna #trekking #himalaya #mountains #mountain #nepal #landscape #backpacking #beautiful #beautifulday #photography #climbing #annapurnacircuit #nepalgram

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The Levellers began the festival at Escot Park in 2003, after a previous venture the Green Blade Festival ran into licensing difficulties. The Levellers' singer Mark Chadwick explained the thinking behind the ethos of the new festival in an interview with eFestivals "The whole reason for doing it is that many festivals are shit. They just haven't got that right element of cultural exchange. We're trying to get that 'weirdness' back into festivals, which is the whole point of doing it ... as soon as the corporate hand sticks its tiniest bit in, they're fucked." The festival is held on the third weekend of August, the same weekend as the V Festival; Chadwick stated that although this was not originally deliberate, he liked it because "the ethos of the festival is (the) antithesis of V."

Beautiful Days has a more diverse range of musical artists than many other festivals. Headline artists have included reggae (Lee "Scratch" Perry, The Wailers), alternative rock (James, Carter the Unstoppable Sex Machine), punk (The Stranglers, The Pogues), post-punk (Killing Joke, Public Image Ltd), country rock (Steve Earle), folk rock (Frank Turner), dance (Leftfield) and blues (Seasick Steve). A number of acts from outside the US and UK which may be less familiar to festival crowds are booked each year; in recent years these have included Tinariwen (Mali), Seeed (Germany), Katzenjammer (Norway), Dubioza kolektiv (Bosnia) and Hoffmaestro (Sweden). Traditionally, The Levellers open the festival with an acoustic set in the Big Top on Friday afternoon, and close it by headlining the main stage on Sunday, followed by a firework display.

The first two festivals were held over two days (Saturday and Sunday) and utilised two stages, named the Main Stage and the Big Top. In 2005 it became a three-day festival with the addition of bands playing on the Friday, and has since expanded the number of stages. Since 2012 there have been six main stages; the two mentioned above, plus the Little Big Top, the Bimble Inn, the Bandstand and the Theatre Tent. The main stage and Big Top host the majority of established acts, whilst the Bimble Inn and Bandstand showcase lesser known acts. The Little Big Top is primarily dance-oriented, whilst the Theatre tents provides theatre, cabaret, comedy and children's acts.

Beautiful Days has the usual range of festival facilities. There are three bars with Levellers-related names (Hope Tavern, Fiddler's Arms and Dirty Davey's) which are run by the local Otter Brewery, numerous food stalls, and a shop run by the village shop from nearby Talaton. There is a large children's area with activities and workshops run by the Majical Youth Theatre, along with child-friendly performances in the Theatre Tent. There are camping sections, including a family section and a disabled section, and a large area for camper vans and other live-in vehicles.