My Vietnam atmosphere pics are mounting up, I realize, and perhaps are starting to seem a little monotonous to some, but this is what’s happening on my end and I’ll be seeing it through. It’s a once-in-a-lifetime thing, and every day (sorry for the cliche) is a feast for the senses and not incidentally the soul, and it’s Sunday anyway so where’s the harm?
My flight from Hue landed at 9:30 am, and I was back at the Hanoi Movenpick by 10:15 or so. At 12:30 pm I went to a lunch at Ly Club with Hanoi Film Festival sponsor and Vidotour president and CEO Nguyen Mai, Vietnamese actor Chi Bao, finance director But Dinh Anh and actor-model Nhan Phuc Vinh. Then I walked back to the Movenpick with good-natured Vidotour employee Nguyen Son.
(l. to r.) Actor-model Nhan Phun Vinh, actor Chi Bao, Hanoi Film Festival sponsor and Vidotour CEO Nguyen Mai, finance director But Dinh Anh.
Vidotour employee Nguyen Son.
The old Hanoi Hilton, initial North Vietnamese home of John McCain, a POW from October 1967 to February 1973.
McCain’s military clothing and parachute.
(l. to r.) Nhan Phun Vinh, But Dinh Anh.
This, believe it or not, is a mass of TV cable and internet wires.