Vietnam Begins In Ho Chi Minh

Vietnam Begins In Ho Chi Minh…

Vietnam begins in Ho Chi Minh after a busy 10 days travelling Hong Kong, Japan and Taiwan. It would be a relaxing few nights before I began my travels along the coast of what is an incredible country. It was a late afternoon, early evening arrival into the airport and I took a cab to my hotel for the next couple of nights, which was called Phuc Khanh Hotel 2. This hotel was excellently located to the main backpacker nightlife and cost a very cheap £2.64 a night for a clean and air-conditioned dormitory. As are with most of my ...
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Chill Out Time In Vietnam

Chill Out Time In Vietnam…

My chill out time in Vietnam was set to continue as I made my way along the coast to my first stop of the two beaches I would be visiting. The first was Mui Ne. The bus journey from Ho Chi Minh City was a short 4 hour journey and conveniently it stopped right outside my accommodation for the next couple of nights Mui Ne Backpackers Village. I highly recommend this hostel. This was again, something that was becoming a regular thing on my travels a great choice for accommodation. It was set in a complex of an L-shaped two-storey ...
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Hoi An The City Of Lanterns

Hoi An The City Of Lanterns…

My journey to Hoi An the city of lanterns was more than both my previous bus journeys combined but after a 12 hour evening/night bus I had arrived. The bus stopped dropped off the street across from where my hostel was it was only a 2 minute walk one block over before my bags were off my back and I was relaxing on a comfortable sofa. I was staying at Tribee Kinh and this was the same hostel Alex, Ollie, Rachel and Katrina were staying. I bumped into them as they were coming down for breakfast where I also met ...
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Hammering Rain In Hue

Hammering Rainfall In Hue…

We had arrived, all alive and well after over 8 hours of riding the coast of Vietnam. I have a lot of footage and pictures to go through so we will continue on with my stay what was 3 days of hammering rainfall in Hue. Yet again the weather had not been kind to us for the entire day so a much needed shower and recovery certainly was needed. The hostel I had planned to stay in was full but luckily Omri’s hostel was only a few doors down and they had plenty of room for a couple of nights ...
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