A look at this week in travel for September 17-23, 2010.
A young girl taking part in the Kumari Puja Festival bows her head at a statue of the god Indra in Kathmandu, Nepal.
An ultra-Orthodox Jew checks a palm frond for blemishes at a market in Jerusalem's Mea Shearim neighborhood.
Western tourists visit the Ziggurat of Ur ruins near Nassiriya, Iraq, 300 km (185 miles) southeast of Baghdad.
Serbian model Nina Senicar attends the John Richmond Spring/Summer 2011 Women's Collection during Milan Fashion Week.
People sunbathe at the travertines (limestone formations) in Pammakule, Turkey.
Man v. Food's Adam Richman and his young fan, Sam, hold the 5-lb. Jumboli Challenge in Butte, MT.
Niamatullah, a 7-year-old displaced by floods, flies his kite in the village of Bello Patan, in Pakistan's Sindh province.
An artist plays a musical instrument called the dombra at the Ortek Puppet Festival in Almaty, Kazakhstan.
Food Wars' Camille Ford hitches a ride to Tony Luke's in Philadelphia, PA.
Devotees pull the Hindu elephant god Ganesh on the seashore for immersion on the last day of Ganesh Chaturthi in Mumbai.
People wearing traditional Bavarian clothes toast the opening of Oktoberfest in Munich, Germany.
Dressed as a tiger and a panda, this couple sells pictures of themselves posing with tourists in central Kiev, Ukraine.
Ghost Adventures' Aaron Goodwin films at Rolling Hills Asylum in New York.