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That stroke of the clock, TIME reported, was met with rejoicing: And as the twelfth chime of midnight died out, a conch shell, traditional herald of the dawn, sounded raucously through the chamber.
FILE - In this Sunday, May 1, 2005 file photo, traditional Halau dancers blow conch shells to welcome the Hokule’a voyaging canoe into Kailua Bay.
Think conch shell shower heads, Cuban antiques and regional organic bathroom amenities.
Then there were camping trips to Maine, where black flies feasted on our flesh, sand storms on North Carolina's Outer Banks, and mosquitoes the size of conch shells on the Florida coast.
Magical Dining would be a great time to try a few menu items such as conch chowder, shrimp and grits, and key lime pie.
Some people visit the multi-level eatery for their crab cakes, conch fritters and, of course, Key lime pie.
FLOWERS AND DECOR: Local tropical flowers and conch shells were used as decoration.
The wedding ceremony begins with the blowing of a conch shell, after which the hotel’s cultural practitioner, who officiates the ceremony, asks for blessings.
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