I know where I want to travel next! Hoi An is a small city in Vietnam (I think I read that about 88,000 live there). The city was an international shipping port in the 16th and 17th centuries and still shows a mix of foreign influences in the city’s protected Old Town. The main reason I want to visit is because of all of the tailors. Not only do they make made-to-measure clothing, but they make it so inexpensively. I read an article way way back in a magazine where the woman tells of all of the clothes she had made in Hanoi, and ever since then, I have wanted to visit Vietnam. I read an article last year on an airplane that tourism to Vietnam is booming, and with all the beautiful architecture and amazing prices on everything, I can see why. Wikitravel has some suggestions for places to stay, eat, visit, and shop while in Hoi An, so there will be plenty to do while I wait for my clothes to be made!