Saigon

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Made it to Saigon!  Some say Saigon, some say Ho Chi Minh City.  I say “SIIIIIIIIIIII – GOOONNNEEE!  HIIIIYYYAAA!!!” then throw a karate kick over my head in the mix.  No, not really but it is tempting to say it that … Continued

Hoi An – Vietnamese Rivera and Custom Suits.

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Hoi An, the “French Rivera” of Vietnam.  This idyllic postcard city is absolutely stunning.  Located on a river and even has a beach only a few miles away, it is perfect.  I can see why so many tourist flock to … Continued

Caves of Phong Nha National Park

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When I first arrived in Hanoi, I met a guy who told you me you have to go to Phong Nha! Caves and Jurassic Park!  Really? That’s sounds awesome!!  I am definitely going.  One of the main reasons why I … Continued

Karaoke and Cruising Northern Vietnam

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Driving the north was fantastic!!! Really off the beaten path and definitely an experience few venture to have. The nice thing about not being on the tourist circuit is that it feels “authentic.”  No locals wearing costumes for tourist.  No … Continued

Motorcycling Northeast Vietnam

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Grabbed the early morning ferry from Cat Ba to Ha Long.  As I left the ferry, I was uber stoked about seeing some more of Vietnam. Especially Northeastern Vietnam, most people head south and this area is unspoiled by tourist … Continued

Cat Ba Island, Vietnam

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Leaving Hanoi via motorbike was about as much as fun as one could think.  I couldn’t help but to be thrilled, thinking “I did it.  I bought a motorcycle in Vietnam and touring around the countryside!”   This has definitely … Continued

Hanoi, Vietnam

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Vietnam!  Nam baby!  Well, I finally made it here.  Vietnam is somewhere I have been intrigued with for a while.  When I was in Vientiane, there were a couple of travelers were in the hostel where I was staying. They … Continued

Vientiane, Laos – Coffee in Laos

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Vientiane is the capital of Laos.  To me it felt like a laid back and smaller version of Chiang Mia with a small city vibe.  It is definitely the kind of place where one could be an expat. It is … Continued

Vang Vieng, Loas

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The drive from Luang Prabang to Vang Vieng was really beautiful.  Guidebooks will tell you don’t go to Asia during the rainy season but I disagree. I love how green and lush everything is.  The sacrifice for this verdant scenery … Continued

Luang Prabang, Laos

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One of the reasons why I wanted to come to Laos was because I absolutely knew nothing about it.  I knew it was north of Thailand but that is about it.  Well after the two day slow boat ride from … Continued

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