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Hoi An, Hue, Savannakhet

Location: Vietnam and Laos, Asia - South East

A random assortment of photos from central Vietnam, and the border crossing to Laos

My little friend from the computer shop Minh Minh in Hoi An. She put on my newly tailor made sandals and modeled for photos.

Barbara on one of the loveliest balconies in Hoi An, overlooking the river. Vietnamese style coffee in the foreground.

Bekki and Stephanie at the best cafe in the world - Laugh Cafe. I had an *awesome* tofu clay pot meal and creme caramel for dessert! Yum!

Just a few minutes later she had combed my hair into a beautiful side ponytail.

Some of the characterful architecture and paintwork in Hoi An.

Beer and fruit offerings at a shrine.

One of the very cranky marble carvings in Marble Mountain, en route from Hoi An to Hue.

Looking out from a temple in Hoi An.

Inside the royal citadel in Hue. These buildings must have been so splendid when they were properly kept. The royals must have been wealthy beyond belief.

Dwuz and I escape the rain in Hue.

Ruins in the tomb of Tu Duc. This was one of my favourite areas in the enormous tomb enclosure (it took more than an hour to walk around). These ruins are the old building where the concubines lived.

A hilltop pagoda by the river in Hue.



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Barbara on one of the loveliest balconies in Hoi An, overlooking the river. Vietnamese style coffee in the foreground.

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My little friend from the computer shop Minh Minh in Hoi An. She put on my newly tailor made sandals and modeled for photos.

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Just a few minutes later she had combed my hair into a beautiful side ponytail.

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Bekki and Stephanie at the best cafe in the world - Laugh Cafe. I had an *awesome* tofu clay pot meal and creme caramel for dessert! Yum!

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Beer and fruit offerings at a shrine.

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Some of the characterful architecture and paintwork in Hoi An.

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Looking out from a temple in Hoi An.

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One of the very cranky marble carvings in Marble Mountain, en route from Hoi An to Hue.

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Dwuz and I escape the rain in Hue.

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Inside the royal citadel in Hue. These buildings must have been so splendid when they were properly kept. The royals must have been wealthy beyond belief.

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A hilltop pagoda by the river in Hue.

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Ruins in the tomb of Tu Duc. This was one of my favourite areas in the enormous tomb enclosure (it took more than an hour to walk around). These ruins are the old building where the concubines lived.