Wonderful Street Food, and an Awesome Lake
Train to Da Nang was awesone. It's good to take the train because you have the best way to view the landscapes of the Mountains. Well .. we didn't see much, as we were both tired from the morning journey to see the Pagoda and the Imperial City. Accomodation (Hostel)Walking from the Train station to our … Continue reading Shiny Rocks at Marble Mountain
We boarded the bus to Hue and spent the night. The bus ride was quite long and didn't have time to book online. Although, we researched earlier at which place to stay and luckily enough, the bus stopped nearby at the homestay. The place is called Kim's Homestay. It is very nice and happy enough … Continue reading Pagoda and the Imperial City (The Citadel) in Hue
Our last day in Hoi An began by cycling towards the pottery village that took 15-20 mins of arduous journey by battling trucks, cars, bikes and dusts. One thing for certain, it's wise to grab one of those masks for health reasons and looking cool like a ninja. We've made a few wrong turns along … Continue reading Emily Potter and the Tea House
Continuation on our update in Vietnam, we bid Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) goodbye and set flight to Da Nang in the early hours of 4AM. Apparently, our flight was scheduled for a 5 AM start courtesy by Jetstar. I assume not enough people took the 9am flight so they put us into an earlier … Continue reading Good Morning Hoi An
In our travels, we encountered fuzzy creatures big or small. Here's our collection of photos that touched our hearts.
Vietnam... Our first country to start on our long awaited Gap Year. Exploring, Volunteering, Learning and Embrace the cultures the world has to offer, using just our carry-on backpacks.