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I took this picture in Da Nang city, central of Vietnam, earlier this year. They used beer bottle caps to build a miniature of the infamous Big Ben. It was…

I have been super busy lately but I was thinking about what I wanted to do for the Fill the Frame theme and I remembered this photo I took on a trip to DC a few…

I arrived in Hanoi to study and quickly installed myself in a guesthouse in the old quarter: a small section of the city, but one where most visitors find…

Halong Bay [photoblog.com] in the north-east of Vietnam consists of around 2000 limestone islands. Some of the islands are hollow and have enormous caves. Not…

Part of the DMZ tour north of Hue takes you to what was the Khe Sanh military base. Khe Sanh was established as a base for the marine corp and was built in…

Also called the Temple of Literature in Hanoi, Confucian temples are known as Van Mieu in Vietnam. The temple in Hanoi is a popular tourist destination. It was…

Sometimes it is just as interesting to watch the tour groups [photoblog.com]. We were all jostling for shaded space in the Imperial Citadel in Hue, the…

The area around the cathedral in Hanoi is one of my favourites. It's still busy but a little less frenetic than other parts of the Old Quarter. These days in…

Sitting in a cool cafe during the heat of the afternoon was a great past time for me. Especially when there was a great choice of coffees and pastries to snack…

I noticed this symbol dotted around and incorporated into the architecture of some of the traditional buildings in Hanoi. Not always as large and as obvious as…

Visiting Hoi An was just like going to a shopping mall. In the old quarter of the town, which was really lovely and is on the UNESCO world heritage list, every…
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