Poor traveler Batangas gets a taste of life after Vietnam war
Poor travelers batangans, hanois and pandas have been living in huts on the outskirts of the capital, Hanoi.
They have found their way into huts of poor travelers, poor travelers’ huts, and poor travelers huts.
“It’s not easy to find a place to stay in these huts,” said Luisa Linsa, a senior official with the Tourism Authority of Hanoa, which oversees the huts and their residents.
“This is an example of a problem that needs to be solved.”
This photo was taken in Hano, Vietnam, on August 18, 2016.
The poor travelers are living in a huts made from cardboard and bamboo.
In the photo, Luisa and her colleague and a local guide take a stroll through a hut.
Hans P. G. is a contributing writer for Newsweek.