discover Mui Ne – Phan Thiet in amazing photos “Good Ole Times”
Mui Ne is no longer as rustic as those times now gone when you can find out
luxury resorts, spa, shopping centers, restaurants along the coastline instead
of the green coconut trees and layers of sand covering the main streets leading
to the local fishing villages. Since the natural phenomenon “Solar eclipse”
triggered in 1995, the location has made many facelifts and become “the Vietnam
capital of resorts”.
old cultural traits, landscapes and fishermen in fade loose-fitting blouse were
captured by many Vietnamese and foreign photographers in 1971 and posted on the
website “Panoramio.com” in the name “Good Ole Times”. Those amazing photos
around Phan Thiet taken from the good old time helps young generations learn
more about the indigenous history of Ham Tien - Mui Ne. Besides photos shooting
nice moments of poor fishing villages in Ham Tien – Phan Thiet in 1971, the
“Good Ole Times” has hundreds of photos capturing other areas surrounding Phan
Thiet since 1960.
Panoramio is a geolocation-oriented photo sharing mashup owned by Google. The
site allows searchers to find images concerning a certain topic such as place
name or subject matter. It is one of the most intriguing sites that posted not
only the details of the picture but linked it to a Google map of the exact
location the picture was taken.
Primitive fishing boats used to be means of seafood catch of
fisherment in the 1970s in Mui Ne.
Pastoral paths used to be covered with green coconut trees
Ong Dia rocky expanses in 1971