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Where To Stay In Phu Quoc

Finding a decent place to sleep and store my things is pretty important.  I feel like most people share this value.  With that being said, I've stayed in some pretty horrific hostels. Obviously, I'm a budget traveler so I anticipate that most of the time.   When...

How To Get To Phu Quoc Island, Vietnam

How To Get To Phu Quoc Island, Vietnam

Phu Quoc is a peaceful tropical island off the southern coast of Vietnam in the Gulf of Thailand.  It's said to have some of the most pristine white sand beaches in the world.With a vastly untouched natural environment, super laid back atmosphere and stunning...

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48 Hours In Da Nang, Vietnam

48 Hours In Da Nang, Vietnam

The fifth largest city in Vietnam.  Being located on the coast of the South China Sea makes it a very important port city.   With it's central location it is a great hub for transportation.   It's a bustling city that is growing and changing all the time.   There's...

Ba Na Hills and the Golden Bridge- Da Nang, Vietnam

Ba Na Hills and the Golden Bridge- Da Nang, Vietnam

  I spent the morning before I moved into Loc Phat Hoi An Garden Villa at a coffee shop working on the blog.  I was nearly ready to leave when an older Australian guy sat down next to me.  He introduced himself as Pinto and started chatting with me.  I'm always...

Hoi An, Vietnam- The City of Lanterns

Hoi An, Vietnam- The City of Lanterns

I had a feeling I was going to love Hoi An.  Every thing I had read online made it sound like my kind of place and every traveler I met raved about it.  I was actually getting sick of hearing "oh my god, have you been to Hoi An yet?"  There's something so captivating...

SuperDong to Phu Quoc Island, Vietnam

It's true people I took a SuperDong to Phu Quoc (Foo Cock) Island in Vietnam.  If this doesn't make you giggle, well then you're a lost cause.  I've been saying it, probably too many times, to anyone who would listen.  I think it's hilarious and I bust up laughing...

Where To Stay In Phu Quoc

Finding a decent place to sleep and store my things is pretty important.  I feel like most people share this value.  With that being said, I've stayed in some pretty horrific hostels. Obviously, I'm a budget traveler so I anticipate that most of the time.   When...

Paradise Cave, Vietnam- The One Cave You Must See

Paradise Cave is the largest dry cave in Asia and is known as one of the most beautiful caves in the world.   It's truly an unbelievable site that will have you wandering around with your jaw on the ground and your eyeballs bulging. Being inside the cave feels as if...

Crazy House Picture Book- Dalat, Vietnam

The Crazy House in Dalat is just that, CRAZY!  It's a hotel that is open to the public during the day where you can wander through this wild maze of color, windy stairs, sculptures and decorations.  I had an over abundance of photos so I decided best to make a picture...

Diaries of a Hoi An Ex Pat- Entry #4

There are 2 main beaches that must be visited when traveling to Hoi An, Vietnam.   I had been to Cua Dai beach with my lovely friend An, but I hadn't been to the more popular An Bang beach.   In my blog about Ba Na Hills (it's here, if you missed it), I wrote about my...

Da Nang, Vietnam- Solo Female Stories

    I was pretty happy to be leaving Hoi An.  As much as I loved it there, I wasn't loving staying in one place for so long.  The wanderer in me needed to get out desperately.  I had begun to get lazy and stopped doing much besides my work for the homestay. ...

Things To Do In Hoi An – Your Ultimate Guide

I had a feeling I was going to love Hoi An.  Everything I had read online made it sound like my kind of place and every traveler I met raved about it.  Honestly, I was getting sick of hearing “oh my god, have you been to Hoi An yet?”  There’s something so captivating...

Maze Bar Picture Book- Dalat, Vietnam

The Maze Bar in Dalat, Vietnam is hands down the most unique bar I have ever visited.   As you follow the maze up, down, left and right, there is an eclectic mix of art, colors and sculptures.  It was quite hard to capture this experience in a picture and due to how...

Things To Do In Hue – A Complete Guide to The Imperial City

Hue is a city full of history and culture on the central coast of Vietnam.  It was the former capital and is most known for its 19th-century Citadel that housed the Nguyen Dynasty from 1802 to 1945 and is protected by a moat and thick stone walls.  Within the gates...

How To Get To Phu Quoc Island, Vietnam

Phu Quoc is a peaceful tropical island off the southern coast of Vietnam in the Gulf of Thailand.  It's said to have some of the most pristine white sand beaches in the world.With a vastly untouched natural environment, super laid back atmosphere and stunning...

48 Hours In Da Nang, Vietnam

The fifth largest city in Vietnam.  Being located on the coast of the South China Sea makes it a very important port city.   With it's central location it is a great hub for transportation.   It's a bustling city that is growing and changing all the time.   There's...

Nha Trang, Vietnam

Nha Trang is a popular beach destination in central Vietnam.  It's popular not only to tourists but for locals as well.  It's a fairly large city with ample amounts of beachfront resorts and more being constructed all the time.  There are two main beaches, both of...

Da Nang to Hue Train Ride- Tales Of A Solo Female

Taking the train is an experience you must have when visiting Vietnam.  Da Nang to Hue on the train was one of my most memorable trips in Vietnam. The train is a fantastic way to see this undeniably gorgeous stretch of coastline and it's affordable. It's relatively...

Dalat, Vietnam

Dalat is known as the city of eternal spring.  Its temperate climate is far different from the otherwise tropical parts of Vietnam.  With its year round cool weather it is a major producer of vegetables and flowers.  Its architecture is predominantly French colonial,...

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

I left Can Tho, South Vietnam on a very ugly, rainy day.  I had a shuttle that picked me up from my hostel and was driven down to the bus station where I was directed to my bus.  It was 11am and my ride to Ho Chi Minh City was supposed to be about a 4 hour ride.  The...

Quy Nhon, Vietnam

Quy Nhon is a small beach city in central Vietnam.   It wasn't originally on my list of spots to visit, but my friend Qua had told me that I would like it.   With a population around 300,000 people, it is much smaller than some of the other coastal cities of Vietnam,...

Hoi An, Vietnam- The City of Lanterns

I had a feeling I was going to love Hoi An.  Every thing I had read online made it sound like my kind of place and every traveler I met raved about it.  I was actually getting sick of hearing "oh my god, have you been to Hoi An yet?"  There's something so captivating...

Still Not Ready To Work

I typically don't like the big cities.  I'm more of a small, remote village type of person.  I like places where I can walk from one end of the town to the other in one days time.  Ho Chi Minh City shocked me.  I completely fell in love with it.  It's clean, there's...

Diaries of a Hoi An Ex Pat- Entry #3

I had been working at the homestay for about 2 weeks when the owner, Rocky, asked me to join him for a breakfast.  Besides a few business meetings, I hadn't spent much time with Rocky, so I was excited to get to know him better.  He didn't give me any details about...

Diaries of A Hoi An Ex-Pat- Entry #1

I'm a review reader, I love to hear what other people have to say about their experiences in a place.   I enjoy the pictures and the stories and peoples points of view.   However, I'm never captivated by a review and a photo can be altered to change its reality.  I'm...

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