List of things you should do and what you should never do in Vietnam. Make the most of your Vietnamese travel by following these simeple rules.
These two deserve a medal. Selling spiders, touching them and playing with them was so much fun for them :)!
What do Vietnamese eat? The answer is pretty simple: EVERYTHING – from frog and crocodile meat to bugs and spiders. Vietnamese cuisine is mainly based
Photos of Cu Chi Tunnel, the most intelligent and immense network of connecting underground tunnels in the world. The most famous battleground of the Vietnam
Vietnamese spring rolls grill fried wrapped with leaves filled with sausages and topped with chilly sauce. Real treat!
Sometimes flashy, posh and colorful, never dull and boring, always dynamic and messy- Saigon (Ho Chi Minh city), Southern Vietnam.
People in Vietnam are capable of carrying enormous number of crazy stuff on their bikes. Look at this lady spotted in Saigon centre carrying THIS!
The selection of black and white photos taken in Saigon (Ho Chi Minh city), Southern Vietnam illustrating the speed, dynamism and simplicity of this most developed
Bamboo gazebo, a great place for a lunch or candlelight dinner. It is located on the Phoenix Island, Mekong Delta. Simply stunning!
Phoenix Island Phoenix Island was the last destination of the Mekong Delta tour. I personally think it was the place of the day. Definitely my
There’s only one way to travel a country slower than on a bicycle – by walking. I have never walked a country, but I have
Honey, honey, more honey and more bees! My Mekong Delta experience continues. As I mentioned in my previous note (see https://etramping.com/mekong-delta-a-wonderful-water-world-bee-farm/), we firstly visited the local bee-keeping