They are everywhere. They hang from trees, line the store fronts, and light the markets at night. Hoi An is one of those towns…Read More
Vietnam is one of the jewels of Southeast Asia and if you’re lucky enough to get to travel the full length of the country, you’ll be rewarded with some amazing landscapes. Starting in the south and working your way up, you have bustling Saigon and its tasty food scene, the lush vegetation of the Mekong Delta, the beaches of Nha Trang where you can work on your tan, the charming town of Hoi An all decorated in silk lanterns, chaotic Hanoi with its distinct French flair, Halong Bay where karsts rise from the emerald waters like a sleeping dragon, the beautiful hillside town of Sapa, and so much more! If this sounds like your kind of place, here’s a 1-month itinerary to Vietnam to get you started – trust me, it’ll barely be enough time to do this country justice!
Three countries, twelve cities, and ten weeks of travel later, I am starting to discover what kind of places I like to linger in….Read More
With a dip of the paddle into the café au lait waters, we effortlessly glide down the narrow waterways of the Mekong Delta. A…Read More
Today’s guest post from Kian takes us all the way to Saigon where he shows us what to eat, drink, and see if all…Read More
The following is a guest post by Will Peach. Having had the privilege of living and working in Vietnam for nearly two years, choosing…Read More