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Travelling in Group: A Dictatorship of the Minority

I love travelling in every way possible. I like to think of myself as a very tolerant and easy-going person, but when it comes to travelling in a group, it can be quite difficult at times (most of the time, actually). 848 more words


Kayaking in Halong Bay discovers interesting landscapes

Halong Bay has for a long time been well-known as one of the wonderful bays in the world. Kayaking in Halong Bay is actually a perfect way to explore this stunning homeland of the sea and islands. 597 more words

Alo Trip

Soppy Welcomes from Hanoi

It was a year in the making. It was the biggest undertaking of our lives thus far. I and two other friends, Nica and Bernice, would put our normal lives on hold for six weeks and travel through Indochina. 1,463 more words


Halong Bay - the most beautiful place on Earth?

Overnight there was a dramatic twist in our chronicle of Vietnamese adventures. Unprecedented (well, for us anyway) monsoon rain consistently chucked it down throughout the night. 1,519 more words


Home Sweet Home

This post is a week or so late but arriving home has been a doozy…

Hardus and I spent our last days in Bangkok, riding the infamous river taxis (crowded with people), visiting the many markets (avoid Chinatown, it’s Asia’s version of Walmart and beyond overwhelming), partying on Khao San Road and sight seeing with Celia (my college roomie who somehow ended working up at one of Bangkok’s finest resorts!). 937 more words


Vietnam: Halong Bay and Sapa

By Amy

When Will and I were researching our trip to Vietnam, we quickly realized how inexpensive it was to purchase tours to get around. As part of our weeklong package via our hotel in Hanoi, we purchased a trip to Halong Bay and to Sapa. 691 more words