Tag: Vietnam

Photo Focus – 13 Weeks in SE Asia Thus Far

Taking photos around the world is a huge reason why I enjoy traveling. In fact, I’d venture to say that it’s largely why I travel— for the chance to capture unique experiences and challenge myself to tell the story to those back at home. While I am no professional, I am constantly learning and (hopefully) …

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Hanoi Traffic and The Key To Not Getting Hit

As my taxi from the airport turned into Hanoi’s Old Quarter (at 5PM on a Friday), I knew we were in trouble. There they were—thousands (no, I’m not being dramatic) of motorbikes blanketing the streets and taking over every direction, with no method to the madness. The light turned green and they went; the light …

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