Tag Archives: Hoi An

Reminiscing About Hoi An

Can you believe it’s October already?  2012 is breezing us by and I’m a little sad that we didn’t get to travel as much as last year. Towards the end of last year, we were able to visit Danang and … Continue reading

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Dwelling Places

What better way to see how people lived than to visit their homes? In Hoi An, you can do that.  Several actual homes (people are still living in ’em) have been opened for tourists to take a peek into the … Continue reading

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Postcards from Hoi An

The other highlight of my trip to Hoi An is checking out shops for postcards. 🙂 There were several but unfortunately, I didn’t get to spend a lot of time browsing their collection. Some of Hoi An postcards are actually … Continue reading

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A Visit to an Ancient Town

I’ve always been fascinated with culture, tradition, and the arts that after reading articles about Hoi An, I just knew I had to visit. Luckily, we decided to go to Danang and our hostel was just 30 minutes away from … Continue reading

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Hue Airport Closes for a Month

Hue and Hoi An are on my wishlist of places to visit in Vietnam.  Hue is known for its historic monuments and architecture that most of its monuments are UNESCO World Heritage sites while Hoi An IS a UNESCO World … Continue reading

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