Category Archives: Hoi An

The vegetable village

What to do? Asked the receptionist and she suggested “why not go and see where the local herbs and vegetables are grown, its only a 50,000 dong ($2.50) taxi ride away”. So that’s what we did. Jumped in a cab … Continue reading

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The “Caruso” of Hoi An

This would be “Caruso” walks around the streets of Hoi An with his “BoomBox” serenading the locals. This was taken from our hotel balcony. Maybe he should try busking back in OZ 🙂    Click on video and to view … Continue reading

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Foods of Hoi An we enjoyed

Since arriving in Hoi An on Sunday afternoon we have walked back and forth (Yes WALKED!!!) to the pedestrian restaurant and shopping section several times for lunch and dinners. Because of the enormous number of quality restaurants in the town … Continue reading

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Foods we enjoyed in Vietnam and Cambodia

It is time for us to leave Cambodia and enter Thailand and some different food experiences. So we thought you might be feeling hungry and like to share some of the restaurants and foods we have experienced throughout Vietnam & … Continue reading

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Hoi An by day

Hoi An is a photographers dream for quaint unique buildings and quirky pictures. It has some delightful narrow streets and lane-ways. A large pedestrian shopping / restaurant area around the river area that is closed to cars and motor bikes. … Continue reading

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Hoi An at night

Simply “Gob Smacked” is the term that springs to mind as you venture onto Hoi An streets at night. Coloured lanterns everywhere, lights in the trees and on buildings, soft music piped through the streets and a large area which … Continue reading

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Hoi An

Hoi An, an exceptionally well-preserved example of a traditional Asian trading port, is an outstanding material manifestation of the fusion of cultures over time in an international maritime commercial centre. The town is a special example of a traditional trading … Continue reading

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