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Hoi An’s Japanese Bridge

Hoi An’s Japanese Bridge

When I think of my travels to Vietnam, the town of Hoi An looms large in my mind. It is lovely and historic. It is colorful and intriguing. It has a lively and interactive story to tell. At the center of it all is a Japanese covered bridge called Cau Chua Pagoda....
Adventures in Eating Food in Vietnam

Adventures in Eating Food in Vietnam

Ever since I left Vietnam two years ago, I’ve been longing to go back. The people are warm and engaging and the landscape is absolutely stunning. The food? No words. From the minute you step out onto the street, the sizzle and smell of street food all around you calls...
Slow down and enjoy that bowl of soup!

Slow down and enjoy that bowl of soup!

As I walked along the streets of Hanoi, I couldn’t help but think, “They sure like their soup here.” Everywhere I looked, street side vendors had set up shop alongside bubbling pots of broth and noodles. Their obliging customers sat on knee-high...
The French Factor in Vietnam

The French Factor in Vietnam

“Good evening, madam.” “How may I help you, madam?” “Please, madam, allow me to open that door for you.”   It was my second week overseas, not in France, but in Vietnam where French influence flavors everything from language to architecture. Madam Carol. It...

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