He hits the beach–literally–in India!
Students join sand sculpture artists to create a 30-meter-long (100-foot-long) Santa Claus sculpture on the Puri golden beach, in the Indian state of Orissa on the eve of Christmas, Sunday, Dec. 24, 2006. Though Hindus and Muslims comprise the majority of the population in India, Christmas is celebrated with much fanfare.
As TigerHawk writes, “The photograph and official wire service caption below are additional evidence that India is the ‘natural’ ally of the United States in the war against radical Islam. Also, it’s really cool”.
Surf’s up, Santa, Dude!