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His Take: How Much You Can Expect To Spend In Vietnam

His Take: How Much You Can Expect To Spend In Vietnam

As mentioned in my financial wrap-up for China, we fully realize that this article is hardly entertaining, but hopefully it will provide some help to those looking to budget for their trip to Vietnam (or for a much larger trip through Southeast Asia like what Jamie and I are currently doing). So without further ado, here is how much you ... Read More »

His Take: Sand Dunes and Kitesurfing in Mui Ne

His Take: Sand Dunes and Kitesurfing in Mui Ne

After heavy drinking in Nha Trang and constantly (or what we felt like was constantly) being on the move since arriving in Asia, Mui Ne was exactly what Jamie and I were looking for. Cheap accommodation right on the beach, a sleepy vibe and not a whole lot to do but eat, swim, and sleep. Which is, of course, why ... Read More »

His Take: Party Your Face off in Nha Trang

His Take: Party Your Face off in Nha Trang

If you intend on visiting Nha Trang, don’t expect to see any authentic Vietnamese culture. You will likely see more westerners and Russians than anyone from Vietnam in this fast-paced party capital. During the day, the heat is relentless and if you happen to come down with a case of the mid-hangover-booze-sweats, the beach is where you’ll want to be. ... Read More »

His Take: Cheap Drinks and Stellar Waves in Hoi An

His Take: Cheap Drinks and Stellar Waves in Hoi An

Before arriving in Hoi An, Jamie and I had heard from numerous travellers that it was the be all and end all of Vietnam. Some even went so far as to say that it was one of the nicest places they had ever visited. Many that we spoke to had originally booked 2 nights and in the end decided to ... Read More »

His Take: Ancient Hue and the DMZ

His Take: Ancient Hue and the DMZ

After spending a lengthy amount of time in Hanoi and Halong Bay, Jamie and I made our way down to Hue. Many people skip this leg of the journey and opt instead to head straight on to Hoi An, but Hue is worth a visit for more than a few reasons. After devouring as many beers as possible (and a ... Read More »

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