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06/07/2011 - 01/08/2011 | Vietnam | 8 articles | 99 photos |
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Vietnam

We decided to travel Vietnam by bus from south to north. Have a look on the articles! 

Delta, Ho Chi Minh City, Dalat, Nha Trang, Hoi An, Sapa, Halong Bay.

To come… Hanoi... If things work as planned!

Gallery

  • Houses next to the river...
  • Fish Farm
  • Ferries crossing the river
  • Houses on boats
  • Woman preparing breakfast on her boat...noodles soup!
  • Floating market
  • Floating Market
  • Floating Market
  • Chau Doc / Houses next to the river
  • Boat on the Mekong River
  • Woman paddling
  • Boat trip near Chau Doc
  • Our captain
  • Floating Market
  • Tuk Tuk
  • Cu Chi Tunnels
  • Cu Chi Tunnels - original size to go in!!!
  • Cadoist Temple - Followers during prayer
  • Cadoist Temple
  • Cadoist Temple
  • Evening Fitness session in HCMV
  • Prison Cells
  • Propaganda
  • La Poste
  • Under the rain
  • Hotel de ville
  • Vietnamese coffee - Delicious!
  • Crazy House
  • Crazy House
  • Crazy House
  • Market
  • Chile
  • Eggs
  • Duck
  • Flowers for honeymoon
  • Paris - avec la Sene et la tour Eiffel!
  • Sunset at the beach
  • Playground at the beach
  • Sunset at the beach
  • Best sleeping bus ever...
  • Teleferique sur la mer de Chine
  • Aquabar...with free dalat wine!
  • Karaoke on the boat!
  • Picnic on the boat
  • Fish Farm
  • Mud bath
  • Riverside
  • Nicolas is happy
  • My Son
  • Romantic Hoi An by night

All pictures Vietnam

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22/07/2011 | chau doc | 0 commentaire

Mekong Delta

Mekong DeltaAfter four hours of a « speed » boat trip on the Mekong River from Phnom Penh, we crossed the Vietnamese Border and arrived in Chau Doc. Small Town of 100’000 inhabitants, it’s very well known for its floating villages and market. We woke up very early the next morning (at around 5 AM, not used to it anymore J) to go and explore the life on the river ... Continue reading

 
22/07/2011 | | 0 commentaire

Ho Chi Minh

Ho Chi MinhWhat a huge city, after Cambodia and the Mekong Delta, we were a bit lost when arriving in a city of 8 million people with sky scrapers.
We did our traditional walking tour downtown in district 1 which is called Saigon even by locals (we love to visit places like that, you go slowly, stop whenever you want to and go in the direction you want to,…) ...
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22/07/2011 | dalat | 0 commentaire

Dalat

DalatWe could call this place the Switzerland of Vietnam, it looked like being in the Alps for us, and so we felt a bit nostalgic over there. This city was founded by the French who were escaping the heat of Saigon, we still feel the colonial heritage over there. The houses, sidewalks, fresh air (we needed long sleeves and rain coats in the evening), Eiffel Tour (which actually is an antenna), there ... Continue reading

 
22/07/2011 | nha trang | 0 commentaire

Nha Trang

Nha TrangAfter the mountain and the cold, the heat and a beautiful beach was welcoming us just after a 4 hours bus trip at approximately 25 kilometers an hour… we were feeling really safe in this bus!
Nothing much cultural to see, but a really beautiful beach and the Chinese sea was just beautiful. We did the four island tour during a day on a party boat ...
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22/07/2011 | hoi an | 0 commentaire

Hoi An

Hoi AnWhat a precious little town, so quiet, so beautiful, you feel like being in a very romantic movie, very charming, at night there is even a pedestrian area… This French colonial style small town was completely rebuilt after the war, you have to pay an entrance fee to enter the old town as it is a world heritage site of Unesco.
We would definitively recommend this place for someone ...
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30/07/2011 | Hué | 0 commentaire

Hue

HueFormer Capital of Vietnam, Hué was also the Nguyen Emperors Capital city.

The city is full of historical sites, but we limited our tour to the imperial quarter in the citadel, where probably 80% of the buildings were totally destroyed. First by the Americans who together with the buildings took away thousands of life and as they said “destroy the city in order to save ...

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30/07/2011 | Sapa, Vietnam | 0 commentaire

Sapa

SapaFrom Hue we went all the way north to Sapa, some 1’000 kilometers trip in 2 days! After 15 hours spent in a sleeping bus (fit to sized small Vietnamese people!), we arrived in Hanoi. We had to spend the whole day in the city with our heavy bags in order to take the night train to Sapa. The only problem was that it rained all day, we were literally soaped!!!So we finally spent the day ... Continue reading

 
30/07/2011 | Ha Long | 2 commentaires

Halong Bay

Halong BayBack to Hanoi from Sapa, we left early morning to Halong Bay. After 4 hours in a minibus (driving very very slowly, this was funny!), we arrived in Halong international Harbour, where a magical scenery appeared to us.
Quickly after, we were on our boat. We booked the best Junk possible, as we wanted to be sure to have the best experience (we heard many horrible stories about cheap tours) ...
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  • Ajouté le 09/11/2011 sur From Bangkok to Pukhet

    Tcho Deb! Wow... les Maldives j'en rêve.... Et le Sri Lanka tu as aimé? J'imagine que ca doit être des paysages de plantations de tés et bcp de couleurs.... Ei! Ca me fait plaisir que tu regardes les postales. Tes prochaines vacances.. c'est ou? qui sais.. on se croise peut-être! jaja. Bisous, Mel.

  • Ajouté le 09/11/2011 sur Vue depuis notre auberge

    Yangshuo, au sud de la chine, un vrai paysage de rêve!

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