Reflection #549 – Hoi An Bridge in Vietnam

Bridge Hoi An Vietnam

Hoi An, Vietnam is one of those places that every tourist goes to while in the country. Yes, us too. There are two great reasons to go here. One is My Son, the UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the second is all the tailors in town who make clothes to order.

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We enjoyed both of these activities, but one of the things I liked best about traveling to Hoi An was this dilapidated Japanese bridge, and the other was the people. The Vietnames people must be some friendliest in the entire world, and the people from Hoi An the friendliest in the country.

I took this shot while having dinner on the river, right there, complete with good friends, family, and 39 cent beers. Really. We sat there for quite a few hours watching all kinds of folks crossing or walking by the bridge.

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