Like I mentioned, although I only spent 25% of my time in the North, I took many more pictures there than in the South -- mainly because I was more in my 'tourist' role while visiting the North. I'll also have to admit that the North had more beautiful scenery than did the South. You can judge for yourself as you peruse the following photos that I took when I journeyed into Hanoi, Halong Bay, and the highlands close to the Chinese border. Again, click on the thumbnail below for the full-size picture and description in a pop-up window. I hope you enjoyed my photo essay/travelogue and that you get a chance to create your own in the future.
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