Love Boats Hanoi
Buddha Shrine, Hanoi
Surprise Cave, Halong Bay
Ship in Halong Bay
Rock surfacing Halong Bay
Fishing Boat, Halong Bay
Floating Village, Halong Bay
Junk boats Cruising at Halong Bay
Ho Chi Minh Street Shoemaker
Cho Ben Thanh Market
On the way home
Vietnamese Street Restaurant
Ho Chi Minh Lookalike
Burning Trash in Mekong Delta
The Family "Car"
Dried Fish, Can Tho
Food Market, Can Tho
Resting in Can Tho Food Market
Cai Rang Floating Market
Art Gallery, Cai Rang
Making Rice Cakes
Cao Dai Temple
Inside Cao Dai Temple
Love Boats HanoiSmall Love Boats waiting on the calm waters of Hanoi.
Buddha Shrine, HanoiFruits and other gifts to Buddha inside a small Buddha Shrine in Hanoi.
Surprise Cave, Halong BayInside the most magnificent cave in Halong Bay, the Surpirse Cave inside Bo Hon Island.
Ship in Halong BayThis may not be the newest ship sailing the seas of Halong Bay but seeing it passing by definitely added to the exotic experience we had when cruising on our Junkboat at Halong Bay.
Rock surfacing Halong BayThe scenic landscape of Halong Bay is still stunning to look at even though there is a foggy day.
Fishing Boat, Halong BayA fisherman passing by, laying his net in Halong Bay.
Floating Village, Halong BayA house in a floating village in Halong Bay.
Junk boats Cruising at Halong BayJunk boats cruising in storm and heavy rain in Halong Bay. A junk boat tour on Halong bay is a fantastic experience even for the most experienced traveller.
Ho Chi Minh Street ShoemakerWhile exploring the downtown of Ho Chi Minh city this nice boy offered to shine my old worn out sneakers, he said he could make them look better than new. He even fixed the hole at the back of the sole. We had a fantastic time and if you see him on your travels to Ho Chi Minh city, be kind and allow him to shine your shoes, he a true professional :-)
Cho Ben Thanh MarketVarious types of rice for sale at the Cho Ben Thanh market in Ho Chi Minh City.
On the way home
Vietnamese Street RestaurantOne man Street Restaurants are very common in Vietnam. Most of them consist of only one or two chairs and simple cooking utensils.
Ho Chi Minh LookalikeI met this man downtown Ho Chi Minh city. He kindly allowed me to take some photos of him. I guess he looks a bit like Ho Chi Minh himself.
Burning Trash in Mekong DeltaThis is a snapshot i took while on a bus tour in Mekong Delta area.
The Family "Car"In Vietnam, every family has a motorcycle. It is used extensively as can be seen here.
Dried Fish, Can ThoDried fish on display in one of the many stores on the Can Tho Market.
Food Market, Can ThoThe food market in the town of Can Tho in Mekong Delta is to wander around. This lady was selling delicious bananas.
Resting in Can Tho Food MarketMidday rest in Can Tho food market.
Cai Rang Floating MarketExploring the floating market of Cang Rang is a huge adventure. The market is at it's best before 9 am but some vendors stay until noon.
Art Gallery, Cai RangThis is a combined art gallery and a tourist shop in Cai Rang. We had a quick lunch there and tasted snake wine which was surprisingly good.
Making Rice CakesThis lady showed us how she makes thin rice cakes for Vietnamese spring rolls.
Cao Dai TempleThe unique architectural style Cao Dai Temple was built in 1933. The religion was foundered in 1926 and is therefore brand new. It attempts to bring Buddhism, Tao/Daoism and Confucianism together.
Inside Cao Dai TempleThe inside of the Cao Dai temple is highly decorated and colorful. The midday service is the most colorful event in this religion and the most visited.
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