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Wonder World!

Our last full day before heading to Danang. What would we do? For the last few days this has been staring back at us in the distance: 358 more words


Vietnam Part 1

Vietnam was by far the most exciting place I had ever been in. Admittedly it wasn’t comfortable 70% of the time, and I was miserable in some parts of it because it was not comfortable- okay, maybe more than some of the time (I’ve been taking a lot of luxuries like clean air and spacious transport systems for granted), but it was still extremely memorable and I wouldn’t have changed anything. 2,159 more words


Nha Trang to Hoi An - The Good, The Bad and a The Ugly

We took a local bus from Da Lat to Nha Trang and I can safely say that we won’t be doing that again! It was our shortest journey so far at 3 hours, but with no air con and a driver that thought he was Lewis Hamilton I surprised myself I didn’t chuck!! 1,286 more words


Back in the USSR

While Calungate Beach and Mui Ne were ‘mini Russia’, Nha Trang is ‘Big Mother Russia’.

There are Russian bars big as cars, Russian Tours pour ‘touts jours’, White Russians and sunburnt Red Russians. 416 more words



A little belated, as per usual!

The second half of our Vietnamese adventure took us to Mui Ne, Vietnam, by sleeper bus. I can not explain to you how much I liked this bus ride. 503 more words


Mui Ne - Da Lat - Nha Trang - Hoi An

For the last two weeks I’ve been travelling up Vietnam.

First I visited Mui Ne, which was nice but very quiet. It’s a small coastal town so the beaches were pretty and the seafood was good, but despite it being on the main backpacker trail there were very few dorm rooms available, so I splashed out for a double room all to myself. 1,023 more words

An Lam, Nha Trang, Vietnam - Thursday 6th March to Wednesday 12th March, 2014

From Hôi An we moved on by catching a flight down to Nha Trang. Nha Trang town itself looks pretty trashy, reminding me a bit of the Gold Coast in Oz but on a smaller scale, however we had the most amazing time as we stayed in a secluded bay near the tip of a peninsular, that we reached by a boat. 284 more words