For now, I intend to keep my blog post short, with parts if needed so as to not bore myself and you readers. More so for myself, so that I won't feel that it's a chore to blog as to what had happened to me at some point in time. I apologise to my blog; neglected and almost forgotten. You had in the past brought me so much joy and even friendship with strangers who have become good friends in time. I am so sorry...and I do hope to redeem myself.
So, let's start off with my most recent trip ... Hoi An, Vietnam. I have previously been to Hanoi back in 2007 and it was enjoyable. 9 years later, I find myself in Hoi An and enjoying every single minute of it. Most of the time was spent walking around Old Town (120,000 VND/USD6 for entry ticket valid for the whole duration of my 5 days there) and practically anywhere else, enjoying the sights and sounds of this enchanting place. Being a UNESCO World Heritage Site, it was like being immersed in a large piece of living history.
Upon entering Old Town, one of the first things that you will see is the Japanese Bridge.
The Japanese Bridge and Old Town itself serve as a favourite wedding photoshoot location to many couples.
The inner parts of the Japanese Bridge; dark corners lit with lanterns (an iconic object seen aplenty around Hoi An)
Read more about the Japanese Bridge HERE
To Be Continued ...