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June 21, 2013



What an amazing trip! I never knew that Viet Nam was so gorgeous! Your photos are just stunning, and really capture the essence of the people and culture! You are so lucky to have to many wonderful adventures, I don't think my stomach would hold up as good as yours, especially after seeing those kitchens and the dishes being washed:)


These photos are spectacular. What an amazing adventure. Thank you for showing us this fascinating culture through your eyes.

Carol aka Traveller

I want to visit Vietnam too! Love your photos, as always


Amazing, as always. I always learn so many interesting facts from you and love your sense of adventure!! I am curious, why are some people wearing masks and not others?
I am off now to read about the motorcycle trip!

Gerda Pretorius

Beautiful photographs - must have been quite a job choosing only a 100. The lantern festival looks special. Eek, that kitchen in Hanoi! Here in Baotou most restaurants place all their dirty dishes in large containers which get taken away to wash, and clean ones shrink wrapped in a set (cup, bowl, plate, spoon) returned to the shop.

Phong Nguyen

Lovely post, Cathy. On why the ladies do not wear swimsuits, it's because white skin is preferred than tanned skin in Vietnam. Besides, were the fortune teller correct? I'm surprised that they do fortune telling for foreigners nowadays.

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