The Many Markets of Vietnam (pt.1)

A short ferry ride from Hoi An is a crazy, loud, but very beautiful fish market far away from the buzzing tourist center. To experience a place like this is unforgettable and each market has its own personality.

Waiting for the ferry to depart at sunrise.  

Waiting for the ferry to depart at sunrise.  

Approaching the now completed Cua Dai Bridge. Before the bridge, boats were the only way of transportation to this part of the island. 

Approaching the now completed Cua Dai Bridge. Before the bridge, boats were the only way of transportation to this part of the island. 

Arriving at the docks.

Arriving at the docks.

First business of the day. 

First business of the day. 

Customer sorts through the basket looking for the best catch.  

Customer sorts through the basket looking for the best catch.  

A woman displays her catch to a possible buyer. 

A woman displays her catch to a possible buyer. 

A woman seen after finishing her shopping for the day. 

A woman seen after finishing her shopping for the day. 

The butcher sits with her selection on display.   

The butcher sits with her selection on display.

 

Hello and Welcome

Hoi An, Vietnam.  Countryside before the Rice harvest. 

Hoi An, Vietnam.  Countryside before the Rice harvest. 

Hello and welcome to my blog! Here, I will upload photos and stories about my current experience living and working in Vietnam as a photographer. I will work hard to update as much as I can so enjoy!!!!

Beach just outside of Hoi An, Vietnam. Photo from Instagram :samkeatingphoto

Beach just outside of Hoi An, Vietnam. Photo from Instagram :samkeatingphoto