Arrival of the Fishermen, Mui Ne, Vietnam

Arrival of the Fishermen, Mui Ne, Vietnam

Arrival of the Fishermen, Mui Ne, Vietnam


The first order of business for the day in Mui Ne is at sunrise, when the fishermen arrive with their daily catch. Hundreds of people gather to collect, clean and trade the fish and prawns that have been caught, and for a short while, the beachfront is alive with the activity of trade.

The hats, which you see all over Vietnam are known in Vietnamese as "Nón Lá”.


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