Cua Dai Beach.
Our medicore seafood dinner.
Haley even makes cycling tan lines look good.
Time to relax.
A Vietnamese round fishing boat.
A local selling sunglasses on the beach.
Cao Lau (rice noodles with pork and local greens). This dish is a secret recipe, prepared only with water drawn from the ancient Cham wells in Hoi An.
White rose dumplings. Also a secret recipe, held by one family in Hoi An who supplies all the restaurants in town.
Bun Cha (grilled pork with noodles).
A night on the town.
The artist and his tools.
We bought this one.
Funny faces carved in bamboo.
One of the many shops selling souvenirs in the old city.
A charming little restaurant along the Thu Bon River.
A dazzling spread of colorful painted coconut bowls.
Com Ga (chicken and rice).
Chicken and rice for lunch.
Hard at work.
The master behind Matt's perfectly tailored suits.
All of the coffee in Vietnam comes with delicious Tra Da (iced tea).
Bi Bi Silk.
Samples of their work.
The possibilities are endless.
Our new friends at Bi Bi Silk. These ladies are the best in town.
First fitting, gray suit.
First fitting, black suit.
Cute little boys selling the same paper lanterns.
The beautiful girls, dressed in traditional clothing, sold us a paper lantern to place into the Thu Bon river for good luck.
The Japanese Bridge in the old city.
We noticed these bamboo bicycles outside of a shop. We wish we could have tried them out!
Thu Bon River.
The old city.
A row of vibrantly painted boats on the Thu Bon River.
The beautiful riverside.
Our friend Flo, who we met in Thailand, and his girlfriend Johanna.
Tuk Tuk's in Hoi An.
Our double-decker sleeper bus. It was surprisingly comfortable for our 22 hour ride.