S: Asian Cruise July 2011
FC: Asian Cruise July 4-11, 2011
1: Royal Caribbean Legend of the Seas Hong Kong, China, Viet Nam
2: Hong Kong
4: Hong Kong
6: Hong Kong Harbor
7: Victoria Peak
8: Sanya, People's Republic of China | Scuba diving in Sanya on a reef from a dive platform
9: Phenix Island development | Boardwalk restaurants
12: Danang, Viet Nam | Scooter traffic is frenzied! Young women leave no skin exposed to the sun. | Houses are built up due to very high land prices.
13: Cham museum with sandstone sculptures from the Champa culture of Viet Nam between 500 AD and 1500 AD.
14: The Vietnamese worship their ancestors, and have shrines at home and in the community. | Shrines
16: People of Viet Nam
18: RICE | Rice paddy | Rice flower, which produces grains of rice | Bagged rice | Rice being dried on driveways and roadways
19: Marble Mountains is a cluster of five marble and limestone hills south of Da Nang city in Vietnam. The five 'mountains' are named after the five elements; Kim (metal), Thuy (water), Moc (wood), Hoa (fire) and Tho (earth). | Marble
20: Hoi An | Historical Vietnamese trading center of the 16th and 17th centuries, where Chinese, Japanese, Dutch and Indians settled.
22: Hoa Chau | Tailor shop | Fresh meat in the market | Village school
23: China Beach | Round basket boats for fishing
26: Temple of Literature, built in 1070 to honor Confucius
28: Ho Chi Minh's Tomb
29: Halong Bay | Halong Bay includes 1960 limestone islets, formed over 500 million years.According to legend, the gods sent a family of dragons who spit out jade and jewels, that formed a wall of islands to protect the Vietnamese from invaders.