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Do You Speak - English Meetup
DYS is a group that was created back in 2013. Yeah, that's a big baby now ! DYS is a group of English speakers in Toulouse (mostly students and young professionals). That leads us to the only rule : English only inside the pub ! But you can have breaks while refilling ! DYS takes place every Thursday from 8:30pm at the Thirsty Monk - 33 Allée ...
33 Allée Jean Jaurès 31000 TOULOUSE Toulouse, France
20:30 Thu 26 April 2018
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Sudsakorn Cup
Fantastic football tournament in a great Stadium with (...)
999/1 Moo 11 Nongprue Banglamung, ... Pattaya, Thailand
19:50 Wed 25 April 2018
Hiking in forest
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Bras d'eau national park Bras d'eau , Mauritius
08:00 Wed 25 April 2018
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