Taken in Danang and Hoi Ann, Central Vietnam
The vietnamese start their day rather early, around 4am, all of them would be out to work at 5am. They take their siesta around noon-ish before working again in the afternoon. Most finish work around 5pm and nightlife is practically dead after 10pm. At noon, most of the stall owners seem to be sleeping.
The quintessential Vietnam conicial hats.
The store owner sells ‘Hell paper money’. A strange Chinese Taoist ritual that involves burning these paper money and ornaments for the dead. It seems the living prefer to burn fake American dollars as offerings to their dead.
And even the dogs were sleeping.