New Year’s Eve in Vietnam

New Year’s Eve in Ho Chi Minh City was quite the experience. We started the evening with a pizza party and then walked toward the center of District 1, where Heineken was putting on some sort of DJ/laser light show.

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This was the scene just outside of the guesthouse. That’s an intersection, not a parking lot. On the left side of the photo you can see the light displays that they put on the street. The white lights were supposed to look like a girl in a flowing ao dai.

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The corner of Le Duan Boulevard, one of the major thoroughfares in Ho Chi Minh City.

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Liz takes a picture down Le Duan while motorbikes zip past. At the end of the road they have the ao dai light displays and other lights made to look like conical hats.

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We made it downtown to the celebration, but the crowds were far too large. After almost getting stuck in the middle of a huge mass of people we got out and made our way home. Here are some pictures from the end of the night when everyone was trying to get back home.

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