Category Archives: Vietnam

Those Vietnamese – how they are: my point of view

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After spending one month in Vietnam, I had quite an opportunity to observe local people, their habits and manners. Here are few things about Vietnamese people I noticed during my traveling.

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One month in Vietnam

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I spend one month in Vietnam, totally enjoying the country, its food, people, culture, nature, etc. Here is an overview of this amazing month of my life.

* 53,5 hours of bus
* 2 hours on plain
* 11 days at the sea side
* 800 km on rented scooter in local traffic

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Vietnam: 2-day trip to Halong Bay

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Halong Bay – UNESCO World Heritage Site, including around 1600 islands and islets forming spectacular scales of limestone pillars. We booked a 2 day trip with sleeping on the boat from Hanoi and it cost us 60$ with food included.

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Hoi An at night – City of light

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Hoi An, beautifulday during the day, amazing at night. When the sun comes down and the night falls, Hoi An ancient town lightens up with thousand coloured lanterns. In order to preserve the ancient character of the town, residents of Hoi An decided to keep up the tradition of lightning lanterns at night.

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Hoi An – the ancient city, the yellow city

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Hoi An – the city with history, yellow buildings, skillful tailors, biking tourists and gorgeous nights. Hoi An ancient town is UNESCO World Heritage Center. The city is famous for buying tailor-made clothes. You can get almost everything tailor-made: from suite or ball-dress to shoes and bags. Prices are also very reasonable.

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Dalat, Vietnam: what to see & do

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Dalat is quite different from everything you have visited in Vietnam. The city is located 1500m above the sea level and has typical mountain climate: it can get very warm during the day when the sun comes out and very cold during the night, so you might need a warm jacket and a scarf.

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Mui Ne and it’s natural wonders

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There is no need in describing natural beauty… Just observe, let it in, let it flow through you, creating nice feeling of warmth and happiness. Observing nature is healing, it is finding peace within, it is a balance with the outside world.

Be an observer! Do not miss this present moment of beauty and calmness. Let it in… breath it in… and dream…

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Mui Ne: 5 things to do and see

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Mui Ne, just 5-6 hours with sleeper bus from Ho Chi Minh City. Located along the eastern coast line in Vietnam, Mui Ne offers many attractions and interesting places to explore. Here are my top 5 things to do and see in Mui Ne.

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