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Vietnam - Temples & Trousers

Location: Hoi An, Vietnam

The Ancient temple complex of the Champa, and the tailors of Hoi An. A combination that attracts hundreds of us tourists

11 Jan 2007, 10:00AM

The view upstream from the Cam Nam bridge

11 Jan 2007, 9:59AM

Hoi An by the river

12 Jan 2007, 1:37AM

Need any Ice sir? Here have a block delivered on te back of a moped

11 Jan 2007, 11:38AM

A Japanese bridge

12 Jan 2007, 4:47AM

More ruins, and pretty face :)

12 Jan 2007, 4:46AM

My Son (Said Me Sun). Our first view of the temple ruins and the realisation that the Lonely Planet wasn't wrong when it said anything past 8.00am and the place would be overun with tourists.

12 Jan 2007, 4:50AM

You see a smile, but actually it's a look that's saying "hurry up and put that camera away"

12 Jan 2007, 4:49AM

By all accounts they carved these guys out of the walls after building the temples.

12 Jan 2007, 5:11AM

Trying to stop any further topling, my money is on gravity to win this battle

12 Jan 2007, 5:01AM

The Vietcong hid in the temples, so the Americans bombed and flattened much of this ancient complex.

12 Jan 2007, 5:36AM

...thought you wouldn't want to see them though, you'd much rather have us in the pics as well ;)

12 Jan 2007, 5:31AM

Surprised at how quickly we'd seen everything, we walked back to start in search of the parts we'd surely missed. Nope it was that small, but on the plus side, everyone had gone, and we got a few clear photos without hundreds of people in the way...



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Hoi An by the river

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The view upstream from the Cam Nam bridge

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A Japanese bridge

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Need any Ice sir? Here have a block delivered on te back of a moped

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My Son (Said Me Sun). Our first view of the temple ruins and the realisation that the Lonely Planet wasn't wrong when it said anything past 8.00am and the place would be overun with tourists.

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More ruins, and pretty face :)

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By all accounts they carved these guys out of the walls after building the temples.

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You see a smile, but actually it's a look that's saying "hurry up and put that camera away"

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The Vietcong hid in the temples, so the Americans bombed and flattened much of this ancient complex.

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Trying to stop any further topling, my money is on gravity to win this battle

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Surprised at how quickly we'd seen everything, we walked back to start in search of the parts we'd surely missed. Nope it was that small, but on the plus side, everyone had gone, and we got a few clear photos without hundreds of people in the way...

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...thought you wouldn't want to see them though, you'd much rather have us in the pics as well ;)