The “motorcycle gang” started off in Huế en route to Hội An, and the trip was worth it. Hoi An was one of the most beautiful cities I’ve visited. The weather was cool and breezy.
Wikipedia will tell you all the high-brow facts of Hoi An. For example, “Hội An is recognized as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Hội An Ancient Town is an exceptionally well-preserved example of a South-East Asian trading port dating from the 15th to the 19th century.”
We came for the beaches, custom suits, and swag bags.
I’ve been to many of the world’s best beaches like Cabo and Miami, and of course I lived in Los Angeles for over a decade.
While there isn’t a party scene, the beaches of Vietnam are equally beautiful.
Check out this coastline.
You can also shop for custom suits and leather travel bags in Hoi An.
I had food poisoning and didn’t get a suit made, unlike these two handsome men.
I’ll be back later in the year for a custom tailor job.
I was able to pick up a handmade leather bag.
In “money see, monkey do” fashion, all four of us bought a leather travel bag.
You got a problem, bro?
Old Town Hoi An by day.
Old Town Hoi An by night.
Looking at city lights reflecting off of the water while enjoying a cool breeze is one of life’s simple pleasures.
We stayed at the Alma Courtyard in Hoi An. The stay included a huge breakfast spread and a massage.
The view of Alma Courtyard during the day.
Time to unwind.
It’s a long and winding road.
Some travel by oxen.
Others by boat.
And still others travel by bike.
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