Beach city with a capital b. Russian holiday heaven. Welcome to Nha Trang
Chronologically backwards these are some of the more interesting meals I have had the past week or so:
So … it’s just me now. Actually it has been only me for two whole days, and I’m not dead yet – even though I came close last night.
The Mekong delta in southern Vietnam is especially known for it’s colourful floating markets, the biggest one being Cai Rang 6 km SW along the river fro Can Tho – so that’s what we went out to see.
Deserted, white beaches, cliffs with lush jungle vegetation and surrounding it – coral reefs and clear, blue ocean water. If there was ever a paradise on earth, Cham Island is it!
The costal line from Hue to Hoi An is supposedly one of the most beautiful in Vietnam and after talking to a guy from our hostel in Hue, we found out that plenty of the so-called “easy riders” can take you while also making a few stops on the 100-or-so km ride down the coast.
A whole, black chicken in a can, a duckling cooked in its own egg or how about deep-fried sea worm cakes. Sounds delicious? Well, I can now with confidence say that it was.
Hanoi is a crazy place. It’s been a long time since I’ve feared for my life this many times in one day. I feel like I placed myself at the end of my comfort zone and Hanoi just kind of came up on me and kicked me hard in the butt.