Tags » Vietnam

Tiziano Terzani, Confucio e Forrest Gump: pensieri sparsi di una notte in Vietnam

Sto sorseggiando una birretta fresca al piano superiore del ristorante Mango Mango di Hoi An, da uno dei balconcini che si affacciano sul mercato notturno della cittadina vietnamita. 1,560 more words


New videos

After a long hiatus I have uploaded some new videos to the Hanoi Scribbles YouTube channel.

Check out the latest street entertainment videos from Hanoi’s Old Quarter night market and a community event at a local pagoda with live singers and musicians. 34 more words


U.S. warships sail near South China Sea islands claimed by Beijing

Two U.S. Navy warships sailed near South China Sea islands claimed by China on Sunday, two U.S. officials told Reuters, in a move likely to anger Beijing as President Donald Trump seeks its continued cooperation on North Korea. 1,316 more words

An expedition to Hang Én cave, the third largest cave in the world

This year we’ve been fortunate enough to see and experience a number of new places and things. Vietnam was no different. Phong Nha is home to the first and third largest caves in the world! 719 more words


Survival tips: Vietnam (pt.2)

Tip #8 – Tourist price vs local price.

In Vietnam, there are two different prices that people pay – tourist price (marked up) and local price (normal price). 1,521 more words

May 2018

Hanoi, A Merry Old Soul

The minute you set foot in Hanoi, you know this isn’t like any other town. A rustic mélange of art, culture, war and revolution, Hanoi smells of the Vietnam war sprinkled with some French colonialism. 111 more words


Tam Coc Village

After out time in Halong Bay, our next stop was Tam Coc! Tam Coc is a small village (literally one street long), but the village is certainly not why you come here! 781 more words