Archive for the ‘Vietnam’ Category

Photos of how Hoi An, Vietnam Lights up the night

Hoi An, at night, is a magical place that I would love to experience again. The old town’s beautiful and romantic winding cobble stone lanes and amazing heritage style architecture is perfectly accentuated by the many lanterns that light up the streets. If you haven’t been, you really should check it out!

Tips from a woman for shopping in Hoi An, Vietnam for custom tailored clothes

Maybe I shouldn’t of gotten myself so excited for Hoi An. It just lead me to disappointment. Can you believe that!?! Yes, I was even disappointed while shopping for custom tailored clothing! What is wrong with me?

To avoid being disappointed yourself. Here are my tips I wish I knew before I got there.

Photo Essay : Exploring the Imperial City in Hue, Vietnam

When I told Scott it used to be a large fortress with a forbidden city surrounded by huge walls and a giant moat he was sold. I didn’t even get a chance to tell him that most of it is gone. But he didn’t care. Why? Because moats are bad ass!

Christmas ornaments from our RTW trip

Scott and I made a tradition to get something to hang in our Christmas tree from each place we travel too. We started this on our honeymoon 4 years ago and since then we’ve filled the tree pretty quick with all the ornaments we gathered from our recent round the world adventure.

Halong Bay: Photo essay

We had a great time on our over night tour of Halong Bay. The weather was grey skies, foggy, and a bit chilly. However, this did create quite an interesting effect to the bay. Almost like something out of a fantasy book. Here is a collection of our best images from the tour.

Booking Halong Bay: The right way

With so many ways to book your Halong Bay tour, how can you be sure your experience will be a great one? Luckily, our Halong Bay experience was great and we are willing to share with you our secret!

10 random observations of Hanoi

After spending 4 months in smaller towns and beach huts, it was a bit of a shock to get into Hanoi. So many more sights and loud sounds, it was a bit of a shock to the system and took us a couple days to adjust. Here’s 10 random things that we didn’t expect.

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