I wanted to share with all of you our itinerary for the 3 weeks we spent in Vietnam. Well, more accurately, it's the 3 weeks the boys spend there and 2 weeks for me. They flew into Hanoi and started from there. Whereas I flew into Da Nang and met them at the Vedana Lagoon Spa & Resort.
The Hong Kong Jade Market is a place of wondrous gemstone marvels. There are stalls on stalls on stalls overflowing with jade beads, jade bracelets, jade figurines, and so much more. If you find yourself in the city and craving something a little special for yourself (or maybe a loved one!) you have to give the Jade Market a visit.
An extensive photo diary from a 3 week trip to Vietnam. The boys arrived before I did and spent their boys time in the North of Vietnam. I met up with them at a resort about an hour away from Hue. From there we continued down to Saigon.
Have never heard of Bai Xep? Don't worry not many people have. Actually everyone we met along our way down the east coast of Vietnam had no clue what we were talking about. That's when I knew we had struck gold.
There's so much we can learn by opening ourselves up to new adventures. So, of course, one of the best ways to do this is to live, explore, and experience a place "like a local"! Today Annalisa is taking us to Singapore, Singapore.
Before having my experiences in Vietnam I thought that traveling through the country was going to be quite a difficult task, especially since I didn't know the language. However, much to my surprise, transportation there is pretty simple, with a few caveats nonetheless.
I arrived at the Glo Hotel Kluuvi pretty late at night so I was beyond thrilled to hear that my room had been upgraded. When I opened my door I couldn't believe how large my room was! It's definitely bigger than my flat in London.