Vietnam: Dalat (pictures)
Not in Dalat, but early in the morning in Saigon, as we were leaving the city.
A delicious Bahn Mi, Vietnamese sandwich, colonial heritage from the French.
My uncle Hoa, and aunt Eliane.
Orchids in a Dalat garden.
Flower from the same garden.
View from the window of our "mini-hotel".
Fields near Dalat.
A lake with boats.
A 50,000 dong bill (worth about 4CAD or 25HKD). And it's got Ho Chi Minh's face on it (well, they all do).
A cabbage field...
Soup, at dinner.
Interior of a palace (built in the 20th century, mind you) that used to belong to the king of Vietnam, near Dalat.
All smiling, but I now weight more than my cousin (slightly more than 60kg)...
The Dalat city center by night.
Small streets in Dalat.
Dalat Palace, now a Sofitel. Most expensive hotel in Dalat (~85USD a night).
Countryside, on the road back to Saigon.
Place selling tea and coffee to rich tourists. The region (Bao Loc) produces the best coffee in Vietnam.
Waterfalls on our way back.
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