Anyone who’s been in Hanoi for a while has most likely sampled the best food and beer the old quarter can provide. While this is always good, sometimes it’s nice to have an evening of culture.
If you want a bit of action and your time is limited, then the Hội An/Đà Nẵng/Huế triumvirate is the way to go…
Farmers in the tropical southern region of Vietnam’s Mekong Delta today continue to build dams around their fields to protect the land from severe weather.
Our trek around Sapa started with a cup of tea, breakfast and a very lengthy history about the area by the founder of our tour company, Ethos.
The Old Quarter of Hanoi attracts tourists to its backstreets like a truffle pig searching for street food.
Some people like it wet, some people like it dirty. Most people like to wear a head torch.
This little coastal town is an ideal beach spot for Saigoners who need a little break from the pollution and chaos of the big city…
That our tour guide to Ha long Bay could act out the beginning to the new King Kong film at all was a testament to his impeccable English, the fact that he did it with such flamboyance was a testament to his raw enthusiasm (he really did love that film). He was perhaps a little strange and certainly very thorough. I liked him.
There are certain things that are self-evident after a few days in Vietnam. One is that almost everybody has a street food stall, another is that possessing a motorbike means you have a right to drive it wherever you want.