Hoi An in a few photos

11 Mar

I can’t think of any reason you wouldn’t love Hoi An. Unless, you were not a fan of hanging out with other tourists. Then you’d probably be better off somewhere else.

Because Hoi An is firmly on most people’s itinerary. And there is a reason for that. It delivers on all the clichés. This is what Vietnam looks like from the view of a tourist.

Bike paths lead into green rice paddies with water buffalos and conical hats. In the Old Town, of course UNESCO inscribed, narrow streets take you past low, tiled-roofed wooden shop-houses, temples and French colonial style buildings on your way to the old canals. And to top it off, several of the streets are pedestrianized, others allow only motorbikes to pass.

 

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One Response to “Hoi An in a few photos”

  1. Nicole 16. Mar, 2013 at 14:32 #

    la photo 1 la photo 4 la photo couleur avec le parapluie bleu et la photo d’un plan d’eau avec un buisson au milieu (noir et blanc) superbes !!!!!

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