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…

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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 vicky2@cytanet.com.cy 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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