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Hoi An in Pictures

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Hoi An in Pictures
Hoi An, Vietnam

While in Hoi An, I was constantly on the move, but in a relaxed way that I really didn’t do too much. I finally achieved my romanticized goal of spending a ton of time on either a push bike or motor bike with the warm golden sun beating down on me as I cruised through green rice paddies, small villages, and mountain roads. As I tend to do when traveling, I just aimlessly wandered. But it was different in Hoi An because the city’s been sheltered from many 21st century influences, it’s an extremely laid-back atmosphere. I made it a daily routine to peddle a few kilometers, stop for an iced coffee on the beach, peddle more, stop for a beer on the river, and peddle some more, and so on. I even made a habit of hopping on the cruiser bike each night after dinner (and many beers) and just peddling around the vacant streets under the dim lights and colorful orbs strung across the alleys.

Hoi An Vietnam

After seeing the patio of almost every bar and coffee shop along the riverfront, I made myself move on, but I could have spent many more weeks just cruising Hoi An…

Hoi An Vietnam

Hoi An Vietnam

Hoi An Vietnam

Hoi An Vietnam

Hoi An Vietnam

Hoi An Vietnam

Hoi An Vietnam

Hoi An Vietnam

Hoi An Vietnam

Hoi An Vietnam

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5 Responses to "Hoi An in Pictures"
  1. Pat Cassidy says:

    Again some breathe taking shots. And again you have stopped at a place I will be going on my adventure starting six days from now. Whereas it is -38 degrees today here where I live……I will be enjoying some nice hot weather. I have kept all your trip so I can refer to it when off line and travelling in the areas you are. Have a wonderful life.

  2. Marg Greenwood says:

    What a great read, very interested in the Nagi Of Mekong story, that is what we are planning to do in November, plus go to Hoi An again, just love that place. The Photo’s were just great. Keep the trip reports coming, they are so interesting

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