At first I was disappointed when I realised Halong Bay was going to be soaked in fog for my entire time there.
Then I realised just how spectacular the fog made the naturally beautiful sight look. Continue reading “Two foggy days at Halong Bay, Vietnam”
A busy city full of history and cultural sites is how I remember Hanoi.
The capitol of Vietnam, it is certainly a busy place as it holds a population of more than 7 million people.
A short but sweet visit, Hanoi certainly made an impression on me. Continue reading “Hanoi, Vietnam: A city of culture and history”
A quick little afternoon and evening in Hue was all we got, but it gave us a good impression.
A scary and fun way to travel, riding around on a cyclo is a must-do when in Hue. Continue reading “Don’t die on a cyclo in Hue, Vietnam”
Hoi An is a gorgeous town with loads to offer, from the psychical to the spiritual, I found.
First though, I’ll tell you some of the tops things to do in Hoi An: Continue reading “Top 5 things to do in Hoi An, Vietnam”
My time in the blissful, beachside town of Nha Trang in Vietnam is time I’ll always hold dear.
It was one of the funnest times of my life. Continue reading “Nha Trang, Vietnam: A place of MEGA fun!”
One thing I love about travelling in Southeast Asia is the laid-back, chilled out atmosphere of the place.
It’s all about kicking back, relaxing, and just trusting that everything will happen in good time. Continue reading “Playing with snakes down the Mekong Delta, Vietnam”
Vietnam is a country full of history – the good, and the not-so-good.
When in Ho Chi Minh City, you’ll find a lot of history surrounding the Vietnam War (Or the American War), a dark space in the country’s history. Continue reading “Exploring Vietnam’s dark history in Ho Chi Minh City”