On Tour with VeloAsia

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"I don't remember Vietnam being like this..." Veterans David and Tony savor a moment during breakfast at the Dalat Palace.
Charles and escort north of Cam Ranh Bay.
Larry takes the slow ride around Saigon in a cyclo.
Bob and Bill summit the Hai Van Pass on the way to Hue.
David at hilltribe festival (The father of the girl on his right is/was an American soldier).
Kate and Linh take a break from rowing in a quiet cove on Halong Bay.
Rest stop in the central highlands near Pleiku
Cycletourist visits Hmong Hilltribe near Ban Me Thout.
Rest day in Hue at the Thien Mu Pagoda overlooking the Perfume River.
It's not all about pedaling: Jay catches a tow.
A Summer Bear in Sapa.
Jax and David afloat in the warm South China Sea.
A pilot returns. John makes peace in Hanoi near Ho Chi Minh's Tomb.
A favorite rest day stopover: poolside at the Vien Dong Hotel in Nha Trang. We now stay at the Ana Mandara.
A reluctant goodbye to Dalat before hitting the road to Saigon (background: Dalat Sofitel Palace Hotel).
Bob and Jax contemplate Vien Thuc's Divine Calmness Bamboo Garden.
Nhut and Richard soak up sun in the central highlands.
Dan pauses before pedaling off toward Qui Nhon. (And yes, that IS a Skid Lid helmet).
Piyush and Deepa near Qui Nhon on the wat to a sunier Nha Trang.
Ted bargains with Sapa Hmong for a new hat.
Super guide, Sinh, summits the 10-mile Hai Van Pass.
A drizzly day but beautiful atmosphere at the Tu Duc Tomb outside of Hue.
David takes in the view from the top of Marble Mountain just outside of Danang near China Beach.
Chris with new friends on the Hai Van Pass north of Danang.
Jim and Debi on the road to Quang Ngai.
Trung and Dung make a quick repair in Hoi An.
Lovely staff at the Grand Hotel in Saigon.

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