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Small World (Summer Vacation) Part III #899256

ABC Evening News for Monday, Jul 21, 2008
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) The shared experience of summer vacations around the world introduced.

(Boreyong, South Korea: Joohee Cho) Summer vacation on the Korean peninsula featured; scenes shown of vacationers getting mud on them for the festival.

(Baghdad: Clarissa Ward) Summer in Baghdad, Iraq, featured; scenes shown from a pool in an old hotel where only males can swim.

(Alexandria, Egypt: Lara Setrakian) Summer vacation on the beaches of Alexandria, Egypt, featured; scenes shown of the fully dressed women in thye water and the men in nightclubs.

(Darjeeling, India: Karen Russo) Summer vacation in the hills of India featured; scenes shown from the streets and tea plantations of Darjeeling.

(Bad Worishofen, Bavarian Alps: Lara Hasan) Summer in the Bavarian Alps for the Germans featured; scenes shown from a spa and a biergarten.

(Bali: Margaret Conley) Summer vacation for Indonesians featured; scenes shown of kites flying and being made from rattan.

Gibson, Charles;
Cho, Joohee;
Ward, Clarissa;
Setrakian, Lara;
Russo, Karen;
Hasan, Lara;
Conley, Margaret

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