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Nicasaratops or South Vietnam

VIETNAM | Fri, 24 May 2013 | By nnninecountries | Views [752]

Hello again after a long delay! This post was written at the beginning of May, but lack of computers, travelling and general things prevented me from posting it until now. The name of the post was the dinasaur name I came up with for myself, and wrote ... Read more >

Tags: american war, museums, street food, tailors, temples, vietnam war, war

Hoi An, Vietnam

VIETNAM | Fri, 12 Oct 2012 | By sglass | Views [1596]

Hoi An! One of the highlights of the trip so far, Hoi An is a beautiful city where the majority of the buildings age from 150 to 300 years old. Hoi An was once considered to be the best trading port in all of Southeast Asia. The city was founded in the ... Read more >

Tags: ancient town, beaches, cua dai, hoi an, lantern festival, tailors

Dak Glei to Hue

VIETNAM | Tue, 24 Jul 2012 | By wingnut | Views [993]

Well on the tourist trail, the former port town of Hoi An is now defined by its many tailors and beach resorts and accordingly is one of the most expensive places in Vietnam to spend time. None the less it’s an enjoyable place to spend a few days ... Read more >

Tags: beaches, cafes, hivan pass, honda 67, marble mountains, monkey island, my son, tailors

Hoi An - Shopping Spree!

VIETNAM | Sat, 7 Mar 2009 | By jciecko | Views [1288]

Hoi An is beautiful, but dangerous for anyone with bad spending habits. It's home to French colonial architecture, traditional houses, and Chinese assembly halls, all of which miraculously survived the war. Unfortunately, most people miss out on the ... Read more >

Tags: shopping, tailors

Central coast of Vietnam - Hoi An and Hue

VIETNAM | Tue, 15 Jul 2008 | By jfernandes | Views [2246]

The journey to Hoi An, central coast of Vietnam The train journey from Nha Trang to Hoi An was, well, uncomfortable. No sleeper trains were operating that day (if they do at all), so I had a seat in a standard carriage departing at 7pm. The journey ... Read more >

Tags: cooking, hoi an, hue, tailors

Hoi An

VIETNAM | Sun, 24 Feb 2008 | By justine | Views [4429]

My next stop on the journey south was Hoi An, a small town along a river that is a UNESCO World Heritage site for its architecture, and one of the few towns that was spared bombing. It was a major port in the 16 th and 17 th centuries, and the ... Read more >

Tags: hoi an, shopping, tailors

 

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