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Tja, die Altstadt

Vorneweg: Hoi An is wunderschön, egal was ich wem erzählthabe: laut verlässlicher Quellen ist hier die einzige von französischem Baustil geprägte Altstadt vollständig erhalten; der Vietnamkrieg ist einmal links dran vorbei. Das wir latürnich von den Einheimischen genutzt, und jegliche...

permalink written by  MaxTheDay on November 9, 2012 from Hoi An, Vietnam
from the travel blog: MaTi in Südostasien



Kolikon molempia puolia Hoi An:issa

Vietnamin matkailijoiden suosikki on Hoi An. Pieni pittoreski kaupunki taynna vanhaa arkkitehtuuria ja raataliliikkeita. Monet ravintolaruoat ovat myos olleet parasta antia koko matkalla tahan asti, Hoi Anin paikalliset ruoat sulaa suuhun ja hinnat ovat kohtuulliset. Kaupunki muuttuu yon...

permalink written by  rosabella on May 24, 2012 from Hoi An, Vietnam
from the travel blog: Kaukana kotoa: Siperian halki ja matkantekoa Itä-Aasiassa



Hoi An

As we have now taken many bus journeys, we have developed a coping strategy, which involves getting a take away pizza prior to departure. Cold pizza is the equivalent of a 3 course gourmet dinner when you are stuck on a bus for eternity with stops at places that serve unmentionable things ! I...

permalink written by  Tim and Em on July 10, 2010 from Hoi An, Vietnam
from the travel blog: Round half the world!



Hoi An

A short flight from Ho Chi Minh City to Danang and a 45 minutes taxi ride brought us to Hoi An which is an old trading port of Vietnam. The city is since 1999 protected by UNESCO so the buildings in the old part of town are preserved and apparently look very much like they did hundred of...

permalink written by  Victoria & Robert on March 3, 2010 from Hoi An, Vietnam
from the travel blog: The rest of the world



Viva la piscina!

Bonjour les Quebecois! Que nous sommes contents de pouvoir communiquer avec vous en ce beau jeudi soir! Pour les personnes plus cartographiques, nous sommes presentement a Hoi an, au milieu du Vietnam. Mais, avant d’arriver a Hoi an, nous sommes partis de Da Lat pour nous rendre a Na...

permalink written by  Guiless on June 18, 2009 from Hoi An, Vietnam
from the travel blog: Asie du Sud Est par Isa et Guillaume



Hoi an

Ok, after the rain in Nha trang we arrived in Hoi an for a little more rain...but only for one day fortunately. Hoi an is a very charming village with old french colonial houses, a river flowing through and it is also marked as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The old part of Hoi an has some...

permalink written by  agnesola on January 20, 2008 from Hoi An, Vietnam
from the travel blog: Baby and Baby's around the world travel...



Hoi An Happenings

Arriving back in Hanoi after Ha Long Bay, Joc, Carl, Katie, Jennie, and I said "later!" to Aaron who headed off to Hue and decided ourselves to make our way to Hoi An a day earlier than planned. Unfortunately (um, except not), the only seats available for the following day were on business...

permalink written by  GoBlue on June 23, 2007 from Hoi An, Vietnam
from the travel blog: Viv's Voyage(s)



In search of the perfect seven dollar meal (continued)

I'm still in Hoi An, halfway through my 30 day visa. It's just that pleasant here. Tonight, I had to avoid another incredible Vietnamese meal, if only to keep my sanity. The food is so good. The food is so cheap! I usually go for two appetizers, a main dish, and possibly a couple glasses of the...

permalink written by  Jason Kester on April 10, 2004 from Hoi An, Vietnam
from the travel blog: Southeast Asia, the Trans Siberian and Scandenavia



several small bowls of good

Made it to Hoi An. The food here rocks, as advertised. Good call to those who recommended this place. I was a bit doubtful about this country after Vinh and the stare-fest of a reception I got. now that there's other mzungu around to share in the hassle, it's much easier. May stay a while.

permalink written by  Jason Kester on April 5, 2004 from Hoi An, Vietnam
from the travel blog: Southeast Asia, the Trans Siberian and Scandenavia



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