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Vang Vieng & Hanoi

Location: Hanoi, Vietnam

Vang Vieng should be before Vientiane but Its all gotten a bit out of order. I'm sure you'll forgive me! Thanks to Amy - these are all her pictures as I didn't have my camera with me on these days.

12 May 2008, 5:36AM

Sarah our Aussie friend on the first, and highest river swing while tubing in Vang Vieng

11 May 2008, 10:22AM

The wooden bridge over the river in Vang Vieng

13 May 2008, 2:53AM

Local canoes for negotiating the river.

12 May 2008, 8:30AM

The river swing at the last bar before floating back down the river to the town. Pretty spectacular scenery...

17 May 2008, 4:05AM

The ladies use these weighing scale like bamboo and rattan carriers to sell fruit and veg on the streets

17 May 2008, 3:43AM

Hanoi - the Old Quarter

17 May 2008, 4:23AM

A lantern shop, apparently specialising in red!

17 May 2008, 4:12AM

Street food really is street food here!

17 May 2008, 9:48AM

One of the Street food vendors near our hotel in Hanoi - these places were packed from 5pm to midnight every night.

17 May 2008, 6:11AM

The bridge to the temple in the centre of Hanoi

17 May 2008, 10:37AM

Looking over the lake in the centre of Hanoi from a roof-top bar.

17 May 2008, 10:30AM

The 'Piccadilly Circus' of Hanoi - pretty much all the traffic here is motorbikes



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The wooden bridge over the river in Vang Vieng

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Sarah our Aussie friend on the first, and highest river swing while tubing in Vang Vieng

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The river swing at the last bar before floating back down the river to the town. Pretty spectacular scenery...

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Local canoes for negotiating the river.

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Hanoi - the Old Quarter

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The ladies use these weighing scale like bamboo and rattan carriers to sell fruit and veg on the streets

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Street food really is street food here!

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A lantern shop, apparently specialising in red!

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The bridge to the temple in the centre of Hanoi

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One of the Street food vendors near our hotel in Hanoi - these places were packed from 5pm to midnight every night.

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The 'Piccadilly Circus' of Hanoi - pretty much all the traffic here is motorbikes

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Looking over the lake in the centre of Hanoi from a roof-top bar.