This was taken from the harbour wall at Saundersfoot. I’m not sure what he was doing, but I think that he was searching for molluscs of some type.
It’s funny how sometimes (or often) I can be a little bit slow on the uptake. This story will demonstrate that. Apologies to all of you who weren’t as slow. Continue reading
Our departure from Hue, to Hoi An saw the first real rain of our tour. This was a shame, as the views from the coach on the way to our first stop at Lang Co could have been spectacular. I have included a few photos, but all they show is how bad the weather was for this part of the trip.
When we stopped for coffee at Lang Co, the rain stopped and we were entertained by a programme of palm tree demolition. Not sure why they were being pulled down but it may have been to do with building a stronger sea wall. After this, as we left the area, we were able to see rather more clearly some of the fishing structures that the Lang Co area is known for.
As we approached Da Nang we passed the rather grim apartment block shown in the last photo. Most of these shots were grabbed through the coach windows so are not of very good quality.
The next post in this series will cover the Museum of Cham Sculpture in Da Nang. Please come back and have a look.