Said to be the Vietnamese Alps, Da Lat was once the playground of the French trying to escape the big cities.
Coffee so fresh that you can see the fields it came from.
$3 a Night
One of the best hostels, Mui Ne Hills Budget Hotel.
Mui Ne Fishing Village
Red Sand Dunes
Found these guys roaming around; definitely not in the city anymore.
I don't really understand these boats. They are a bowl with one awkward paddle in the front.
The Lunch Lady
The best soup, in the world.
Saigon Notre-Dame Basilica
This does not feel like Vietnam, leftover from the French in the 1800's.
$9 of Beer.
Supposedly a former South Vietnamese intelligence officer, Mr. Bin seemed to hate Communists, love America, and not care at all about the no smoking sign behind him.
The Fall of Saigon
April 30, 1975, a North Vietnamese Army tank busted through the Independence Palace gates, ending the Vietnam War.
Northern Vietnam, the edge of the Himalayas; rice terraces for miles and miles.
Ha Long Bay
Hoi An, so perfect.
Air Force One
Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden
...this does not feel like Vancouver.
Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, Pudget Sound, and the Olympic National Forest. Photo taken while jumpseating, above 10,000 ft.
Climbing out from LA on a FedEx Jumpseat, Los Angeles as viewed from the South. The Port of Long Beach really stands out next to the purposely dim Palos Verdes Peninsula.