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2013 National Geographic Islands Wall Calendar
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2013 National Geographic Islands Wall Calendar

$13.99

Price: $13.99

Item#:2001282

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Infinite blue skies, unforgettable sunsets, crisp clear water, lush vegetation and miles of white sand. National Geographic Islands 2013 features some of the world's most amazing tropical destinations.


Islands included in this year's calendar are: Tobago, Bora Bora, Ari Atollin and Kuda Bandos the Maldives, Apulit Island in the Philippines, St. Lucia and St. John in the Virgin Islands, and La Digue Island in the Seychelles.


Not available for shipment outside of the U.S. and Canada.


  • 12-month calendar: January-December
  • 13" x 24" open.
  • Mini-calendars of prior and following months, U.S. and International holidays, phases of the moon.

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By Sausca

from SW Desert

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Pros

  • Sufficient Writing Space

Cons

  • Flimsy Construction
  • Unattractive Design

Best Uses

  • Staying Organized

Comments about 2013 National Geographic Islands Wall Calendar:

I was disappointed with the Islands calendar. First I expected real National Geographic photographs, not stock photos that I see in travel brochures. Secondly, the quality of the paper is not up to par, too light a weight. Thirdly, the design is pedestrian, very little thought. Pictures and a grid. Fourthly the color reproduction is not up to National Geographic standards. Fifth, given that they are stock photographs, they are not even good stock photographs. An unimaginative selection. Lastly, there is a lack of geographical diversity. I wish I had bought from somewhere else.

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