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Monks of the yellow hat sect from the Labrang monastey lark about in the sun before the evening ceremony.
Our driver has a stretch as the sun comes up in the gobi desert
Even though it is named Petit Palais, which in English means "Small Palace" it isn't all that small as can be seen here with the elegant lamp post in front of it and the numerous visitors walk into the entrance. Want to learn more? Go to www.eutouring.com
Taken from the grounds of the Louvre Museum you can see the glass Louvre Pyramid and as you can see in this photo the Arc de Triomphe du Carrousel in the background with many people around relaxing. See more Paris Photos at www.eutouring.com
Taken from a bridge that passes over the River Seine, you can see people relaxing by the waters edge and others waiting by a ticket booth for their bus of choice to arrive for them, including the Batobus. More information and details at www.eutouring.com
This photo shows a Batobus we saw going underneath the lovers bridge and past the Notre Dame Cathedral in the background, also showing people relaxing by the River Seine edge on the bright sunny day. See more Paris Photos at www.eutouring.com
The Hotel de Ville is much larger than what you may first suspect, with a vast amount of statues and a lot of elegant architecture surrounding it, to make a great place to visit just to admire the many details. See more at www.eutouring.com
Today, we still find the typical traditional fishing boats being used in many parts of the eastern world and specifically in India's Eastern & Western coasts. These boats are mainly used by small time fishermen. Here is one with a difference. During the winter season from October till March, scores of people visit the picnic town of Taki situated in West Bengal in India. The river Ichhamoti separates the Indian border from Bangladesh. Tourists are very keen to take rides on these boats which take them deep into the border line of Bangladesh as it passes the picnic spots lined along the shores of the river, venturing into deep forest land approaching the Bangladesh border. Some prefer having a pleasant float on a traditional boat. When the tourists are gone, these small time fishermen return to their small time fishing.