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Name a popular Carnival and Melissa Liu has probably participated in it.
Also known as the Carnival Belle, she has been to about nine Carnivals around the world and is ready for another Carnival in Jamaica.
As the final hours to chipping down the road wind down, the Carnival Belle has some rules for the road that you might find useful.
Check out the video shot and edited by Ramon Lindsay.
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