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Air Heads

July 15, 2014 11:01 am Published by

When Marivi told Sandro to ‘pack light’ for the family trip to Vietnam, she didn’t mean ‘pack the light’.

But that’s exactly what he did.

And when we got to the apartment in Hanoi we were more than a little surprised to find an Air table lamp hidden in our luggage.

“Have you been into the Rioja again?” Marivi asked Sandro.

Sheepishly he admitted he had.

But that wasn’t the reason why they had brought along the lamp; they wanted to photograph it in exotic locations.

As beautiful as the Air may be (a Red Dot Award winner, designed by the incredibly talented Ray Power) we still got some mighty strange looks dragging it around the tourist sites in Hanoi.

 

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It got even weirder when we took the lamp for a voyage on a romantic junk in Ha Long Bay; a World Heritage Site since 1994.  Passing fishermen tapped their heads and called out the Vietnamese word điên. We thought they were saying hello. It was only later we discovered it meant ‘crazy’. Thanks a lot guys.

Later we took Air all the way north to the frontier city of Sa Pa. The locals here also seemed familiar with the term, điên. However we did manage to rope a few in to hold Air for a quick snap.

We had an amazing holiday in Vietnam and would love to thank the people for sharing their fascinating country with us and for being such good sports in our photographs.

Our journey proved that true beauty is never lost in translation; Air looks pretty damn fabulous anywhere in the world.

 

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