Monthly Archives: June 2010

Chau Doc, Vietnam

Ryan and I took a Mekong Delta cruise as transportation to Phnom Penh. It wasn’t anything like our Halong Bay cruise, just a fun, beautiful, and easy way to get to Cambodia. While cruising the Mekong, our group made several stops to visit villages and learn about coconut candy making, puff rice, and silk weaving....

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Saigon, Vietnam

There are thousands of motorbikes in Saigon, many more than in Hanoi. The city is loud, busy and extremely crowded. Luckily our hotel was off on a side street so things were a bit subdued. While in Saigon we visited the War Remnants museum and the Reunification Palace. Ryan also had a few more business...

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Nha Trang, Vietnam

Ryan and I wanted to go diving in Vietnam before we hit Australia later in our trip. We haven’t been diving since before we moved to Virginia and figured Vietnam would serve as a quick refresher. The guidebook said Nha Trang was the place to go diving, so we stopped off in Nha Trang for...

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People of Hoi An, Vietnam

I photographed a lot of people in Hoi An. Below are just a few of them that I met.

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Hoi An, Vietnam

Ryan and I spent 3 days in Hoi An. We were scheduled to stay only two days, but fell in love with the area on our first day and knew two days wouldn’t be enough. Hoi An is a charming ancient beach town with a plentiful fish market and clothing tailors on every corner.  Our...

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