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day 23: nha trang

sunny 34 °C

And by that, I do not mean a beautiful Vietnamese person, although that would be nice as well.

This is a purely photo-inspired blog, because it took me about 30 minutes to upload these huge pictures on the slowest computer EVER. Seriously. It is yellowing with age.

The riverside as shot from a boat.

The family from Segovia, Spain that I had met in Halong Bay and again in Hoi An. The boy on the left called me a monkey. But only after I called him one.

A really cool painting in one of the bars we went to.

One of the deserted intersections at the hottest part of the day.

Danika, Juki, myself and Sini live in luxury.

The moon rising during the full moon festival at Cua Dai beach.

Way back to August, a house at Tam Coc, in between the caves.

Spices in the market in Hoi An.

Hall of Tortoises in the Temple of Literature in Ha Noi.

This is all for now because it took me approximately an hour to do all of this. No, really. And I'm in Nha Trang so I have to go do something touristy now.

Posted by lrbergen 00:51 Archived in Vietnam Tagged photography

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I am minseong from Seoul.I hit your blog by accident.I was actually searching for information about my trip for south america
your thoughts about life in korea,teaching Eng and being a tourist are quite interesting to me.
I didn't have any idea of ESL teacher's life in korea.
I hope you will have a great time in Vietnam
take care,dude
my email)[email protected]

by kms9928

Hey Lindsey, I read abt ur trip to Vietnam as I will be going there in Jan. Can u tell me where to book for the Sapa trip to did with homestay. i am very keen to experience this rather than the normal hotel stay in Sapa. Thanks. My email is [email protected]

by bodiatakna

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