People Watching in Vietnam

Vietnam was the first country that I visited in SE Asia, and it completely blew me away! The sights, the sounds, the smells, the vibrant life on the street – there was just so much to take in.

But it was the Vietnamese people that I found most fascinating…. their friendliness to strangers, their pride in their country, their industrious nature. The way they embrace modern life yet still revere their age-old traditions, and the importance they place on family.

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Fruit seller in Hoi An
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Monk and incense seller at Marble Mountain
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Family group in Hanoi
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Bridal couple in Hanoi
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Lunchtime gossip in Hoi An
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Crab seller in Hoi An market
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Hoi An market
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Fisherman in the Mekong Delta
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Friendly fishermen in the Mekong Delta
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Mekong Delta
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Cai Rang floating market, The Mekong
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Brothers in Cae Be, The Mekong
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Ho Chi Minh City airport

 

Travel Log:

I travelled to Vietnam in April 2012 with Exodus Travels on their Classic Vietnam & Angkor tour.

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