Hanoi: Making the Most of Visa Purgatory

Is it cheating to “write” a blog post without words?

I’ve been trying to put this post together for months, but I couldn’t get the banality out.  The situation sucked: we were stuck in teeny room in a noisy, expensive, rainy, stanky city, waiting for our visa extensions to come through.  The result: we went out a lot, had random adventures, met cool people, and wound up having a great time.

Lesson learned…whatever.

No more yapping, just snapshots!

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And we’re off!

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3 Responses to Hanoi: Making the Most of Visa Purgatory

  1. Jeff says:

    I assume those Viet women dressed up for you all?

  2. lea moreau says:

    So nice again . I’m never lazy to watch your picture .
    Best trip 😉 ( i hope i will not have visa problem stuff ^^ )
    take care