Does this remind you of someplace? You would be correct if you said it reminded you of Angkor Wat in Cambodia. Angkor Wat and My Son were built by the Cham people, whos vast empire, around the 4nd-13th century, once expanded the other parts of modern-day Cambodia and Vietnam. My Son Sanctuary is over anContinue reading “My Son Sanctuary”
Riding a motorcycle through the Hai Van Pass is hands down one of my favorite things I did while in Vietnam. The route takes you from Hue to Hoi An, with several diffrent sights to see along the way including temples, lagoons, hot springs, and moutain tops. I booked my ride through Style Motorbikes, whereContinue reading “Hai Van Pass”
After spending several days in Hanoi I hopped on a quick 1hr flight to Hue Vietnam. Hue was the capital of Vietnam from which the Nguyen dynasty ruled from about 1800 to 1942. There are quite a few historical tombs in the area and the famous incense village swell, however most things are not inContinue reading “Hue Vietnam”
Coming from Korea to Vietnam, I had low expectations of the drinks and food in cafes. What I have found recently while living in Korea is 80% of places I see on Instagram, vlogs, and blogs are being promoted solely based on ascetics. I, however, am all about coffee and food when I go toContinue reading “Hanoi Cafe Culture”
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