14 days. 137,890 steps walked. 30 miles biked. We strolled down pedestrian shopping streets, tentatively walked down alleys, biked over bridges. We came upon different views of Hoi An, and we often pulled out our cameras to catch a scene worth remembering.
Feeding and sharing time.
Lacquered coconut shell bowls
Farmer harvesting morning glory
We passed this scene as we were biking in a rural area outside Hoi An.
The Hoi Ann Post Office
Hoi An is famous for its lanterns, made from strips of bamboo and covered with silk fabric.
One of the many painted boats of Hoi An
Baskets of noodles at the Market
Electric lines – and lots of them – hang everywhere, even blocking the view of this elegant roof.
The Japanese built this bridge in the early 1700’s. There is a temple built inside with monkey gods at one end and dog gods at the other protecting the bridge.
Ferries fill up quickly with passengers, their motorcycles and bikes. Then, they’re off.