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  • Hanoi Hilton (Hoa Lo Prison) [i]1964 to 1973, a part of Hoa Lo Prison was used to detain American pilots, the majority of them engaged in “Dien Bien Phu in the air” battle. Inside the stone walls of “ Hà Posted by Mick G in SE Asia Overland Adventure | Feb 23, 2018
  • Vietnam: Week 1Arriving in Vietnam was quite a significant turning point in our travels. Until now, our journeys had been meticulously planned and yet here we were, on an island just off the south west coast with only one thing dictating our Posted by amysblog in 12 Months in China | Feb 10, 2018
  • Two More Days of Tet CelebrationsThis widely celebrated time of the year is an occasion for Vietnamese to express their respect for their ancestors as well as welcoming the New Year with family members. Every family gets together for big meals and they visit Posted by CWalts in Travel For One | Feb 20, 2018
  • Days 28-31Compared to the relatively comfortable previous night train experience, the journey from Hue to Nha Trang is horrific. David and I have a compartment to ourselves but a restful night it is not. To begin with, the air conditioning is Posted by Danspinner in Uncle Travelling Dan | Feb 18, 2018
  • Days 24-27Despite drizzly weather, we spend a wonderful couple of days in the Ninh Binh area. The karst scenery is beautiful and we view it mainly on two boat rides through peaceful rivers and caves; firstly at more touristy Trang An Posted by Danspinner in Uncle Travelling Dan | Feb 17, 2018
  • Ha Long Bay aboard The EmerauldeAn episode of Anthony Bourdain in Vietnam featured his trip on Ha Long Bay on The Emeraulde. The boat looked lovely so I decided to do a one night trip on it to see for myself. It is Posted by CWalts in Travel For One | Feb 17, 2018
  • Vietnam 2011 - Sleet and snow in SaPa We left Hanoi for Sa Pa by train at 8.30pm, sharing our 4 berth cabin with 2 Vietnamese men. They quickly settled down and went to sleep, but although the berths were comfortable, it too Posted by jannettek in Time to travel | Mar 17, 2011
  • Vietnam 2011 - Hanoi The distance from Hue to Hanoi is nearly 700 kms, so we took a flight for this leg. We were taking two side trips from Hanoi - one to Sa Pa and another to Halong Bay, so Posted by jannettek in Time to travel | Mar 14, 2011
  • Vietnam 2011 - Hue, pronounced 'Whey' [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/789426/large_On_the_way_to_Hue4.jpg caption Posted by jannettek in Time to travel | Mar 12, 2011
  • Vietnam 2011 - Hoi An, an oasis We have great memories of Hoi An - the lovely old buildings painted in shades of yellow and layered with varying levels of mould; the many welcoming and attractively decorated restaura Posted by jannettek in Time to travel | Mar 10, 2011
  • Days 21-23We have a morning to kill in Hanoi so we drop off our luggage at the bus company's office and I decide to have a nice massage while David has a look round the old quarter. The massage place I've Posted by Danspinner in Uncle Travelling Dan | Feb 15, 2018
  • Days 18-20I can't deny that I love the buzz of a big city so arriving in chaotic Hanoi means I instantly feel at home. It doesn't matter if there are a lot of tourists here because they'll always be outnumbered by Posted by Danspinner in Uncle Travelling Dan | Feb 14, 2018
  • Vietnam 2011 - Nha Trang break We were off to the beach again. Nha Trang is supposed to have some of Vietnam's best beaches, and as our taxi drove us from the bus stop to our hotel we saw the the blue, blue Posted by jannettek in Time to travel | Mar 6, 2011
  • Vietnam 2011 - to Da Lat in the highlands Da Lat, a highland city about 257 kms in from the coast, reminded us of Toowoomba. It has the cooler temperatures and the red rich soil that has made the area a huge production area fo Posted by jannettek in Time to travel | Mar 4, 2011
  • Vietnam 2011 - R&R in Mui Ne A quieter place sounded just right after HCMC so we took the bus to Mui Ne, a beach resort area stretched out along 12 km of coastline near the town of Phan Thiet. The trip was about Posted by jannettek in Time to travel | Mar 1, 2011
  • New Year's Eve - correctionCorrection to yesterday’s post. Tet New Year’s Eve is today – Feb. 15. Morning walk at the lake was lovely with people starting to show up with families. Lots of red clothes. The lake has a Posted by CWalts in Travel For One | Feb 14, 2018
  • Northern Highlands of Vietnam Into Vietnam and heading to the farthest North of the trip, the Lung Cu Flag tower. With it’s 54 metre square flag, the tower overlooks the border with China, in a bold statement of Posted by Mick G in SE Asia Overland Adventure | Feb 14, 2018
  • Scooters,Vehicles,Roads and the Highway Code101 Things to carry on a Scooter (Part One) # A full grown pig in a cage # Trees # Two full size old style televisions # Large gas cylinders # Chickens in cages # A single bed # A glazed door # 2 metre wide bundle of Posted by Mick G in SE Asia Overland Adventure | Feb 14, 2018
  • Vietnam 2011 - Starting in Saigon Our Vietnam trip started in Ho Chi Minh City in the south and will finish at Hanoi in the north. On the way, we will be staying at the beach at Mui Ne, then go to the Posted by jannettek in Time to travel | Feb 26, 2011
  • Hnaoi - New Year's EveChinese New Year is the first day of the New Year in the Chinese calendar, which differs from the Gregorian calendar. It is also known as the Spring Festival or the Lunar New Year. Every year is represented by a Posted by CWalts in Travel For One | Feb 14, 2018
  • HanoiArrived in Hanoi this morning and was welcomed by crowds of people at the arrivals area waiting for family members coming home for Tet - Vietnamese New Year. I was here 11 years ago and experience Tet so am Posted by CWalts in Travel For One | Feb 13, 2018
  • Happy Birthday to me!!What a lovely start to my birthday this year. On Wednesday some of my colleagues and I went out to Red Spoon, a nice Thai restaurant close to work. The day started with me Posted by lastudentessa in 50 and Fabulous in Hanoi | Jan 30, 2018
  • What to expect? Wonderful time Posted by JulieSteynen in New Zealand Adventure | Jan 19, 2018
  • about.meFounded in 1995, Lua Viet Tours is currently one of the top ten tour operators in Vietnam. With a professional team, which is dynamic and motivated, we offer you our experience in tourism. Each journey is unique, as we strive Posted by luavietours in blog Lua Viet tours | Jan 2, 2018
  • How to get a Vietnam visa | VietnammyvisaFollow these simple 3 steps process to get your Vietnam VOA. 1.Fill in application form Online You have to fill the form online and pay the tourist visa application fee. The online form must have all your personal details, your travel Posted by vietnammyvisa in How to get a vietnam visa | Jan 1, 2018
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