As always I took far too many photographs but they're easy to transport.
Girls working on shirts and stuff into the night. The clothes are generally made off the premises but some finishing touches are made in house.
Beer by the river watching the world drift by is always welcome.
The pictures above were taken at Son Cafe, a slightly ramshackle place on the beach road. It's been a regular stopping off point for me since my first visit to Hoi An.
The Japanese Bridge is still standing and still a prime and picturesque site for hawkers.
I hadn't noticed this nicely distressed red bust before, I have no idea who it is because it doesn't look anything like the usual Uncle Ho statues seen around.
Not much has changed since my last visit, the market is in a new building and the international tourists seem to be fewer in numbers but internal tourists are growing in numbers. All seems well and the sea was toasty warm.