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  • The BeginningAfter leaving Reno airport for Seattle on a small prop plane, I finally set overseas via Korean Airlines. After a brief layover in Seoul, South Korea, my plane landed in Ho Chi Minh City, and I caught my first glimpse Posted by quinnp6 in Coach For College Adventures | Jul 15, 2015
  • Day 5- VietnamToday I woke up sad to leave the amazing city of Hanoi but keen to catch my train to Beijing. I had a light breakfast and got to the train station where I boarded the train. The trip was lovely. Posted by sherington in Commerce Travel Assessment | Aug 16, 2015
  • Day 4- VietnamI woke up this morning feeling a bit sore after yesterday's adventure but eager to start my plans for today. I love my food. So how could I not go to Hanoi and not do a cooking class? I don't Posted by sherington in Commerce Travel Assessment | Aug 16, 2015
  • Day 3- VietnamI had an earlier start today but that was no problem. I was rearing to start my biking and kayaking tour around West Lake. We begun our tour with a bike ride over Long Bien bridge. I loved the feeling Posted by sherington in Commerce Travel Assessment | Aug 16, 2015
  • Day 2- VietnamAfter a great night sleep and a beautiful breakfast full of exotic fruit provided by my motel it was time for my Duong Lam Anciet Village Tour. It was like walking back in time and sighting some Vietnam's culture, traditions Posted by sherington in Commerce Travel Assessment | Aug 16, 2015
  • Day 1- VietnamAfter being on the plane for what felt like days, which was actually only hours (but meant I still had to use the plane toilet) I finally arrived in Hanoi City! I was so excited, I literally flew off the Posted by sherington in Commerce Travel Assessment | Aug 16, 2015
  • Vietnam 2(Having arrived in Hanoi at 4.30 am it was still pitch black and surprise, surprise, raining steadily. I therefore decide that my best course of action would be to wait at the station until it got light and hopefully stopped Posted by MalcolmB in Mal's Asia Trip 2015 | Aug 13, 2015
  • REVIVING THE GOLDEN AGE OF TRAVELIn an era of supersonic planes, pullet trainsa nd even space tourism, discerning travelers are opting to return to the golden Age of Travel, going low and slow. Cruising is the fastest growing segment of the travel industry, with an estimated Posted by Lynn K in Heritage Line luxury Cruises | Aug 11, 2015
  • Is this title SUITable?Our first port of call in Hoi An was a tailors as we had heard from several people that this was the place to get a suit made and Alex, with his odd body, could benefit from a made-to-fit suit. Posted by rexontheroad in Rex on the Road | Nov 23, 2012
  • VietnamOk… I’m going to try and get back on the Blog Wagon again. It’s been months since my last post and many things have happened since then. If we are friends on [[https://www.facebook.com/kenbarrios|facebook]], then you have gotten the gist of Posted by wanderforever in Wander Forever | Aug 8, 2015
  • Vietnam 1I had heard that the roads in Vietnam were far better than those in Laos but the twenty odd mile journey from the border to Dien Bien Phu showed this to be untrue. However, after a lot more bumping and Posted by MalcolmB in Mal's Asia Trip 2015 | Jul 31, 2015
  • LUXURY RIVER CRUISER “ANAWRAHTA” MAKES ITS WAY FROM VIETNAM HO CHI MINH CITY, Vietnam ― The luxury river cruiser “Anawrahta”, owned by Heritage Line, left Ho Chi Minh City on July 8th aboard the heavy lift vessel, Rolldock Storm, bound for a 5-day journey to Myanmar where it will Posted by Lynn K in Heritage Line luxury Cruises | Jul 21, 2015
  • Heritage Line summer promotion 2015I/ HALONG SUMMER PROMOTION 2015: 01 May- 30 September 2015 FREE Shuttle Bus Round trip Hanoi – Halong – Hanoi (saving minimum US$ 50/ per pax) Additional benefits: Free usage of kayak (subject to availability) Entrance and overnight surcharge Wel Posted by Lynn K in Heritage Line luxury Cruises | Jul 20, 2015
  • Halong Bay and Ba Be LakeOn the morning of the 12th of July we boarded our bus to Halong Bay. It was a four hour trip to the harbour, where we boarded our Fantasea cruise. Our tour guide, Nana, left us in no doubt that Posted by denis.lynelle in Lynelle & Denis | Jul 18, 2015
  • HanoiOur flight from Hanoi was uneventful until thev Hanoi airport. We had to get our visas stamped one last time and pay (again) for the stamp. They would only take cash and there was no ATM around. Nick said Posted by nancymohudson in Southeast Asia? Bring it! | Jul 17, 2015
  • Faces of Vietnam[img=http://photos.travelle Posted by TeamZecca in Funemployed World Tour | Jul 15, 2015
  • Escape from Saigon Early morning aerobics, hup hup Cu Chi Tunnels. Built by 48,000 people over 20 years using primitive spades and bamboo bask Posted by TeamZecca in Funemployed World Tour | Jul 15, 2015
  • Mekong Delta - Green Village nr Can Tho Welcome to Green Village, our bamboo huts were nestled in the Mekong alongside canals that could be followed all the way into Cambodia. We fell asleep to the jungle orchestra and awoke to Posted by TeamZecca in Funemployed World Tour | Jul 14, 2015
  • Mekong Delta - Ben Tre Winding our way down the Mekong Delta, this water has flowed 2,700 miles from the Tibetan mountains [img=http://photos.travelle Posted by TeamZecca in Funemployed World Tour | Jul 12, 2015
  • HanoiWe arrived back in Hanoi on the 30 June 2015 and returned to the same hotel, the “Golden Charm Hotel” in the Hanoi Old Quarter that we’d stayed in before we went to Sa Pa. Hanoi’s Old Quarter is famous for Posted by tollidaytravels in Tolliday Travels | Jul 11, 2015
  • HanoiOn our final day in Hoi An, we picked up a scooter from our hotel and headed to see the My Son Sanctuary. This is a world heritage site and is inland from Hoi An. The following photo describes the Posted by denis.lynelle in Lynelle & Denis | Jul 10, 2015
  • Sa PaSa Pa is the subject of this blog even though we spent two nights in Hanoi beforehand while waiting for our train. We will cover Hanoi in our next blog. Tania and I missed seeing Sa Pa the last time we Posted by tollidaytravels in Tolliday Travels | Jul 9, 2015
  • Ha Tien - not a favourite & crossing to Cambodia We were travelling further South towards the Cambodian border to a town called Ha Tien where most border crossings happen. To get from Can Tho to Ha Tien you need to catch two local buses, a simple procedure, according Posted by Evalikat in Honeymooning | Jul 9, 2015
  • Saigon part 1 Americana is slowly being adopted and Saigon is a modern, chaotic city that is easy to love. Ubiquitous communist memorials vie for space with gleaming skyscrapers, parks, shops, museums Posted by TeamZecca in Funemployed World Tour | Jul 8, 2015
  • Can Tho and the Mekong DeltaCan Tho is a very sweet little town with lovely people and pretty lights. It is quite spread out but the main concentration of markets and food is found around the river area. It is the largest town on the Posted by Evalikat in Honeymooning | Jul 7, 2015
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