Vietnam: Through My iPhone Lens

We are home!! It feels like we have been gone a lot longer than two and a half weeks. I really am not sure how people travel long term, after the second week mark I start getting homesick.

Anyways, we have over 2,000 pictures from the past 19 days. Luckily my husband is ocd and has already transferred them all and sorted them into folder so the hard part is done. Hopefully I will begin my Thailand posts soon, but for today you are getting more iPhone pictures. This time from Vietnam.

We spent 9 days in the country and absolutely fell in love with it, so much so that we are already trying to plan when we can go back and see more. Here’s what we did get to see/do during our short trip…

Halong Bay

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Beer corner in the middle of a busy intersection


We ran into our friends we met on the Halong Bay cruise!


Checking out the lights by the river


My first of many Vietnamese iced coffees, good thing I hid those water bottles under the table.


Hoi An

Lanterns everywhere!


Learning to row in a Basket Boat on our bike tour around some island villages.


Just eating dinner in an alley way…


Last night in Hoi An

IMG_0634Saying goodbye to our wonderful tailors, thanks for the recommendation Endeavor Vietnam!

Cham Island

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Ho Chi Minh City/Saigon

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Drinks at the historic Rex Hotel (the site of American forces daily conferences during the war).


Breakfast of Champs


Our new Vietnamese friends we met through Endeavor Vietnam, can’t wait to write more about this experience.

Mekong Delta

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That’s all for now folks! I have soooooooo much more that I can’t wait to share about all of the above adventures!

27 thoughts on “Vietnam: Through My iPhone Lens

  1. julie says:

    Oh my goodness looks like you guys had the BEST time! SO many awesome pictures! I’ve only ever been to South Vietnam. I’m dying to get up North and see Ha Long Bay! Can’t wait to hear more about your trip!!!!

  2. Thanks so much for the shout out, Courtney! This post and the pictures from your visit to Vietnam make me so happy to see. Glad you both had a great time. Again, it was a pleasure to work with you. Let me know if there’s anyone you know who I can help in Vietnam.

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