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Two Vietnamese women wearing the traditional conical hat (Non La) to protect themselves from the sun while working knee-deep in paddy fields outside Hue, along the central coast of Vietnam. The word ‘paddy’ is derived from the Malay word padi, rice plant

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A detail of the Taj Mahal that not everyone sees. When pointing a camera at tourist attractions that millions of people have captured, especially with all the mobile phones and selfie sticks being waved around today, it pays to look for something a little…

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A camel seen pulling a cart outside the Red Fort in Agra, India. Camels provide milk, meat and hair for textiles. Camels are also working animals; transporting humans in the desert, bearing loads on an ascent and pulling carts in urban areas

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When we think of December as a time of giving it's fitting to show St Martin, then a Roman officer, on horseback cutting his cloak in two to share with a scantily-clad beggar he came across while stationed in Amiens, France.
2013 Travel Notes Calendar: Photographs of UNESCO World Heritage Sites ► http://wp.me/p3c3e-kW
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Reflection in Toronto
http://tnot.es/Colour

When out and about with a camera, it's fun to find a different angle to a much photographed subject, like the CN Tower in Toronto.
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Nomadic Gatherings is Now in Print:
http://tnot.es/Nomadic

Join TravelNotes.org founder, Michel Guntern, as he travels through Asia and hitch-hikes around Australia on a voyage of discovery.

Travel with Michel on a variety of trains and buses in Asia, then jump into cars with strangers to meet the collection of characters that bring Nomadic Gatherings to life.
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Reflecting on the long, Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Weekend. http://travelnotes.wordpress.com/2012/06/02/diamond-jubilee/
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Although there's no snow on the mountains, the Christmas lights are already twinkling around the lakes. If you feel like getting in the Christmas mood, check out these Christmas Markets.
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