Through My Lens: Vietnam

So yesterday was Balinese New Year’s Eve.

Instead of partying it up, the Balinese treat it as a day of reflection and meditation. Lights must be kept off, the internet was completely shut down on the island, and no one is allowed to go out.

Foreigners aren’t really expected to follow all the rules and we are free to do as we wish as long as we stay inside our rooms with the blinds shut, so I watched a ton of movies and used the free time to go through my hard drive and organize my photos (something I’ve been meaning to do for years now).

Along the way, I stumbled through a few visual memories of the places in Vietnam that I was lucky enough to visit. These pictures were taken with a crappy camera back in 2016 and they’re honestly nothing special, but I thought it was worth it to share a few of my favorites with you!

This isn’t meant to be a super engaging travel guide to Vietnam, it’s really just a short-but-sweet collection of my impressions of daily life in Vietnam, mostly from La Gi down south.

Enjoy! 🙂

La Gi fishing market in Vietnam

Scooters making their way through the traffic of La Gi in south Vietnam

An elderly woman carrying groceries back home in La Gi, Vietnam

A seller at La Gi's fishing market enjoying a smoke

The hill tribes of Sa Pa in Vietnam

Sa Pa, Vietnam

A group of women selling fish at the fishing market in La Gi, Vietnam


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A visual diary of Vietnam (La Gi and Sapa) to inspire you to travel to this stunning country in Southeast Asia.

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