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Vietnam: A suggested itinerary
If you Google suggestions for an itinerary which allows you to see the best of Vietnam, you're going to get a lot of results, with lots of conflicting suggestions. Whilst I can't speak for any of those itineraries, I can tell you about the itinerary I plann...
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Vietnam: A suggested itinerary
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Vietnam: How to eat like a local
One of the reasons we wanted to go to Vietnam so much was because we love Vietnamese food. This shouldn't surprise you. We booked Cuba purely on discovering the amazingness of Cuban sandwiches in Key West . It's safe to say that food played a big part in ou...
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The year that was: 2018
What happened: Another year done, which saw me temporarily parking my writing ambitions as we're focusing on saving up to buy a house. After a stint freelancing at Sky, I accepted a permanent full-time position in the City of London which should, hopefully ...
The year that was: 2018
The year that was: 2018
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Favourite books reads in 2018
Today I'm sharing my favourite books that I read in 2018 - these are the books I read for the very first time last year, and are ones which I rated as either 5* or 4* on Goodreads . Let me know if you've read any of them! 5* reads: The Seven Deaths of Evely...
Favourite books reads in 2018
Favourite books reads in 2018
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Books read in 2018
In 2018 I read 132 books, abandoned reading 31 books, and listened to two audiobooks. Find out how I rated them over on  Goodreads . 1.  Origin - Dan Brown  [B] 2.  The Christmas Secret - Karen Swan  [B] 3.  Moonlight over Manhattan - Sarah Morgan  [B]  4. ...
Books read in 2018
Books read in 2018
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Vietnam: Ho Chi Minh City
After exploring Da Nang  and Hoi An , with not enough beach/pool time as we'd have liked because turns out there was far more to see in Da Nang than expected, it was time to hop on a plane for our final stop in Vietnam: Hồ Chí Minh City. Ho Chi Minh City, w...
Vietnam: Ho Chi Minh City
Vietnam: Ho Chi Minh City
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Vietnam: Hoi An
Hội An is a UNESCO World Heritage site, located in central Vietnam, and it's ridiculously pretty. Known mainly for its tailors and lanterns - and also yummy bánh mì, which I'll tell you about in my dedicated Vietnamese food blog post - Hoi An is the sort of...
Vietnam: Hoi An
Vietnam: Hoi An
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Vietnam: Ba Na Hills
You’re going to hear the name Ba Na Hills a lot from restaurant owners, taxi drivers and hotel staff if you’re in Da Nang or Hoi An. Sun World's Bà Nà Hills is a Vietnamese theme park, up in the mountains, and something that has had over 1 trillion Vietname...
Vietnam: Ba Na Hills
Vietnam: Ba Na Hills
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Vietnam: Exploring Da Nang
In Hue , we hopped back on the train to head to Da Nang - our next stop in our Vietnamese adventure. The journey takes 2.5 hours, and a soft seat costs 117,000 dong (£4). If you were to take the same journey by road, this is the famous Hải Vân Pass - probab...
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Vietnam: Exploring Da Nang
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Vietnam: The sleeper train, and a day in Hue
Following our Ha Long Bay cruise , we headed back to Hanoi to catch the overnight sleeper train to Huế. (We had a few hours to kill so hung out at iBiero Craft Beer Station , just opposite the station. It has beer, food, WiFi and plugs for charging your dev...
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