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The pictures below are thumbnails, meaning they are small copies of the real thing. You just click them. The weather in Norway, Nha Trang, Vietnam.

Jan Week 1
Nha Trang

Jan 10-13
Tuy Hoa again

JanWeek 2
Nha Trang

Jan 19
Off to Hanoi

Jan 20
Hanoi

Jan 21
Cruise

Jan 22
Cruise

Jan 23
Haiphong

Jan 24
Haiphong

Jan 26
Haiphong

Jan 27
Hanoi

Jan 28
Back in Nha Trang

Jan 29
Off to BKK

Jan 30
Jomtien

Jan 31
Jomtien

Feb 1
Jomtien

Feb 2
Jomtien

Feb 3
To BKK

Feb  4
Leaving Thailand
Back in Norway

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Feb 2020

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Martin woke up early to do his web side. We went to bed early, the night before.

Early morning preparations for the day.

Phuong and Judit from Calefornia having a breakfast chat.

Ready to go.

Nice ships. There are plenty of them in Halong Bay.

Phuong is changing from the shit to the day boat.

Lovely rock formations. Totally, it is close to 2000 islands in the archipelago of Halong Bay.

We went to a fisherman village.

Phuong with her favorite anchor.

The young Swedes did the kayaking. We took the bamboo boat.

Floating houses.

A boat with stacks of light to draw the fish during the night.

They collect rubbish as well. Good idea.

They farm a verity of different fishes here.

The museum from the outside. They put on a nice show for us.

The blackboard of the pre-school classroom.

The schooling takes place on the mainland.

The Buddhist temples are omnipresent all over the place, also in the fishermen village.

The locals gather for a communal lunch.

 

The Swedes also had a dip in the sea. Not too cold.

Martin with the tour guide Dang with Big Stan in the background.

Dang and his friend Tan.

The school house from the outside.

Some really fancy rock formations in this archipelago.

Martin and Phuong on the top deck.

The Swedes, Anders and Jonas, and Big Stan having a tan.

Disembarking to visit the cave.

Up to the cave. Not easy.

Inside the cave. It was impressive.

Martin and Phuong n the cave.

Phuong doing some cave exploration by herself.

 

A dig inside the cave.

 

Explanation about the cave where people have lived for at least 15 000 years.

The the crowd, Phuong, Martin Big Stan and his wife Amy.

Another dig in the cave.

Back at our boat, time for some cooking lessons. This time they did not cook the food, just ate it. Spring rolls.

The cabbage soup for starters. Very nice.

The menu was comprehensive and the food was really good all days.

Some vegetarian food that Phuong ate, bell pepper cake, whatever that is.

     
Here is Phuong's vegetarian menu.

Martin's spare ribs.

Martin's salmon. Really tasty. Almost as good as a Norwegian one.  

On Thursday January 23rd, it was time to return, disembark and go to Haiphong.

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