Best BootsnAll Travel Photos: May 2010

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Enjoy this feast for the eyes with some of the best travel photos from May 2010 on BootsnAll’s daily travel photo site – and find out how yours can be featured here, too.

In Vietnam, Capitals and Culture That Dazzle

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The vibrant modern capital of Hanoi, imperial grandeur of Hue and hip town of Hoi An ideally encapsulate the best of this up-and-coming country, observes Carleton Cole.

Getting a Late Night Meal in Hanoi, Vietnam

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Hanoi can be intimidating during the day, and very different at night, at least when you first arrive.

Sapa, Vietnam – Getting Out of Hanoi

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Vietnam, an emerging country where everyone is eager to join the modern world. But head deep into the hills of Sapa and you will find a community still holding on to their traditions.

Worlds Collide in Hanoi – Vietnam, Asia

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In Hanoi, Aaron Robertson finds a fast-changing city whose life is formed from the often surprising meeting of both East and West.

Caodai Calling – Vietnam, Asia

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In an antique Indochina, John M. Edwards tunes in to the otherworld call of a wacky bizarro cult.

Hoi An: A Stitch In Time – Vietnam, Asia

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Bill Pfeffer had never owned a suit in his life until he stumbled into the captivating town of Hoi An.

Bed Sacks and Leech Socks: Vietnamese National Parks – Vietnam, Asia

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Kes Donahue
flew into Ho Chi Minh City on
the 17th of December 2007 in search of birds – fabulous and drab,
widespread and endemic – in parks, remote and only accessible by car or van.

Agent Orange – Vietnam, Asia

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In Hue, Vietnam, John M. Edwards finds a cafe, located nowhere in the Lonely Planet guide.

Travelin Politics – Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe

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Think traveling doesn’t affect who you vote for? Think again. Loey Werking Wells thinks America isn’t the only country with wacky wild political races.