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
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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
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
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
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