Where I go in October 2015
From monster festivals in Florida Ibiza closing parties, we round the best destinations for a summer in October getaway.As leave Europe again this October, eke out the last of the rays and raves in Ibiza, where the clubs are going to go with one bang for the winter holidays.
Pasha, Sundays acid and Circoloco will host every game close in the first week of October, but the latest twist vinyl does not mean the end of your holiday.
When the game finally head stops north of the island to help relieve back down with Balearic cuisine, beautiful beaches and blue waters.
Key West, Florida
He wants the weird things properly this Halloween? Then roll to Florida for Fantasy Fest, which takes over Key West every October.
Welcoming fans, geeks and everyone else, this creepy carnival has grown into one of the largest street festivals in the US and delusions for 10 weird and wonderful days.
What to expect: the extravagant fancy dress, pool parties, pirates, burlesque shows, DJs, wet T-shirt contests, festivals and contests fetish pets, among other things. And when it’s over? Excess sweat in one of the sandy beaches of Key West.
This Halloween, sack outside the door-stepping frightened elderly and make their tusks Brasov in Romania for some real creepy horror. Surrounded by dark mountains Carpathians, Brasov is a city of Gothic churches, impenetrable forests and the imposing Bran Castle – Dracula’s house.
A visit to the city in late October will mean bedding in haunted castles, petrifying attend parties medieval fortresses and avoid having sucked blood.
If you’re lucky, you’ll be invited to the wedding of Count Dracula in the witching hour, but there is no doubt that they will guarantee sunrise.
For too long, Gujarat in western India has been little more than a handsome, rushing past bucolic scene through a train window as travelers dragged to the beaches of Goa.
But as the state prepares to show the Navratri Hindu, that prospect can become a participatory one. To be held from 13-21 October, Navratri is nine nights of music, song, dance, bright clothes and religious fun, all in the name of Shakti, the feminine divine creative power.
Base yourself in the amazing city of Vadodara, where traditional celebrations are faced with more modern and Fafda (one gram flour crunchy mouthful) parties and sticky jalebi (a pretzel sugar syrup swirl) will be eaten by a full stomach.