Monday Window: 14/11/16

This week, windows from Hội An, Vietnam.

I’m currently traveling in Vietnam. Hội An and Huế are my destinations this time.

Hội An is a Unesco World Heritage site and is now a major tourist attraction. 

Old Town Hội An, the city’s historic district, is recognized as an exceptionally well-preserved example of a Southeast Asian trading port dating from the 15th to the 19th century, its buildings and street plan reflecting a unique blend of influences, indigenous and foreign.

The old town is beautiful, geared up for the tourist trade, but nevertheless a place you can’t miss if you come to Vietnam.

A few windows from the old town…just from a couple of buildings along the waterfront, all distinctively ochre-hued.


Captain Tom’s daughter, posing for me in front of a colourful window, before the river trip. A future post…

Taking part in Monday Window, a weekly challenge hosted by Ludwig. Pop on over to have a look or join in…


8 comments on “Monday Window: 14/11/16

    • Thank you, I’m so pleased you liked my posts on Vietnam and my photos. Please email me on for further discussion, I’m keen to take up your tours having looked at your website, especially Myanmar, but I think it’s better to do it outside of the blog, hope you also agree… send me a contact email and I will come back to you..Thanks for your interest…


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