Airbnb Experiences, Asia/Indonesia, hoi an, vietnam, rice, rice fields, Tet, vietnam, Walking Tours

Hoi An Vietnam, Walking with Harry

As is our custom, day 1 in a new place usually means we arrange a walking tour. In many places, just Google “Free Walking Tour” and you’ll find a marvelous adventure.

Our first day in Hoi An, Vietnam we took a walking tour with Harry Vu, a local tourism pro, yoga instructor, and the most energetic/positive person we have met in ages. This was a paid tour through Aribnb Experiences. It was worth lots more than we paid.

This is a rough sequence of our amazing first day in a lovely, friendly place,  with smiling helpful people, and food so good that the only thing you want to do is eat.

If you are ever in Hoi An, Vietnam (and we hope you come here someday) please consider the walking tour with Harry Vu. We don’t recomend these things often. This one was special.

See you on the road,

Bev and John

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