For The People of Vietnam: Vietnam Portraits

Eleven days flew by so fast. With no heed or warning, I just realized it was over once I stepped inside the airport. The air got a little chiller, seemingly missing the warmth of the Vietnamese people. I opened my camera and browsed through the images of our Vietnam trip. Can’t help but shed a…

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Desert Diaries from Mui Ne

This 11-day journey is coming to a close but I am still far from discovering all of Vietnam’s treasures. Maybe that’s the best thing about traveling. You get to see the ones you have written for your itineraries, you get to experience new ones you did not know you will and there are some that…

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Ho Chi Minh City Feels Like Home

Before dusk, our plane arrived at Tân Sơn Nhất International Airport, the busiest airport in Vietnam. I can already tell that it’s going to be a little humid just by looking at the sky—colors of amber scatter across the vast skies. At last, we are here in Ho Chi Minh City. The airport was a little chaotic—people…

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16 Things To Do in Da Nang

Da Nang, the underrated province in Central Vietnam. Many travellers look past Da Nang. It’s as if it is treated only as a layover destination instead of a premiere tourist spot. Da Nang should also be in the ranks of other Vietnamese cities. From unusual land formations in the middle of the city to a…

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Misty Misadventures at Ba Na Hills

Our second day in Da Nang were filled with light drizzles. The wind still howled of sad songs and the skies were faintly blue. But the tour must go on. No matter the circumstance, whether good or bad, it would still count as an adventure, wouldn’t it? We are scheduled to go to Ba Na…

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