My Saigon experience I spent more than two weeks in Saigon living, or at least trying to, live like a local. I stayed in a
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
Back to blogging It has been a long time since I posted my last blog note. The reason being, we were cycling all days long
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No words, just photos! Cua Lo, Northern Vietnam
Our cycling adventure continues. We are currently on the road heading to Ho Chi Min City (Saigon), mostly passing by small town and villages where
Ha Long is the city we will remember for long. Not necessarily in a positive way. Either way, it’s time to move on and get
Traveling and blogging full-time is not an everlasting holiday on the beach with some palm trees around. It is actually a hard job and here’s why!
After three days of tremendous cycling (and a lot of breaks) we have arrived in Ha Long City. We have covered the distance of 180
Two day cycling from Dong Dang/Ping Xian- Vetnam/China border to get to Hanoi, the capital city of Vietnam, 200 km in total. These cities are
The first thing I noticed in Hanoi, it’s not very difficult to spot though, was a terrific traffic. I guess it’s a nightmare for most
On our 3rd day of cycling we set off from a little town, name of which I don’t remember, and headed to Hanoi. As