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Merry Xmas from Hoi An

There is a bigger non Buddhist community in Vietnam than you would expect, with a surprisingly extensive celebration of Xmas. I arrived at 8 am this morning on the Sleeper bus from Nah Trang, a bumpy ride, it was ok and I got some sleep. Arriving at the Home stay it ...

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Love melody of rain – June

Those sorrowful poem lines, when vibrating through the air, deeply moves anyone who hears them. June comes with plenty of sun and rains – short-lived rains that spark a sense of nostagia… Though weather changes beyond man’s will, man couldn’t cease to mourn it. Hội An is where love blooms. ...

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Japanese Covered Bridge

This beautiful little bridge is emblematic of Hoi An. A bridge was first constructed here in the 1590s by the Japanese community in order to link them with the Chinese quarters across the stream. The structure is very solidly constructed because of the threat of earthquakes. Over the centuries the ...

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