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Why I didn’t buy a bike in Vietnam: 4 reasons

Why I didn’t buy a bike in Vietnam: 4 reasons

When travelling through South East Asia, the motorbike is very common transport. Instead of sitting in the car for ages, you can merge your way around most traffic jams. Bikes are agile, especially in cities where the traffic never stops. Most locals ride them too, with sometimes 5 people per motorbike. Unfortunately, many people (and…

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Phong Nha cave

Phong Nha cave

From lovely little Hoi An, where we wished upon lanterns we let afloat in the river, we transitioned to Dong Hoi. We wanted to see the famous Phong Nha caves. This was the closest place to the caves, that’s still on the train line. The owner of the place in Hoi An asked us if…

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Da Lat, and the worst bus ride ever

Da Lat, and the worst bus ride ever

Da Lat Da Lat was a little oasis in the countryside. However, the traffic was incredibly noisy and went through until late. Our hostel, Dalat backpackers hostel, wasn’t very quiet. Not only did we hear lots of traffic, the building itself had thin walls and echoing halls. The lovely, smiling staff and them cooking us…

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