After our mammoth journey of 22 hours aboard The Reunification Express we had arrived in Hué. We’d booked into our boutique classical Vietnamese town house the previous night, unpacked, cleaned up in the morning and were now ready to explore the city. Continue reading “Indochina Adventure (Part 5) – The Wettest Place on Earth!”
With a couple of days downtime in Saigon before catching the train north to Hué it was time to venture out into the city and soak up some of the culture and sights that this famous city had to offer. Continue reading “Indochina Adventure (Part 2) – The Emperor’s Pagoda”
For the next three weeks I will be travelling around what was once referred to in days gone by as Indochina! During the trip I will be employing many fantastical modes of transport including: planes, trains, automobiles, boats, bicycles, sampans and rickety old rickshaws. My travel adventure will take me to Old Saigon, Imperial Hue, Ancient Hoi An, and the Enigmatic Angkor Wat amongst many other exotic and mystical destinations.
Do please come along for the ride!
“When a resolute young fellow steps up to the great bully, the world, and takes him boldly by the beard, he is often surprised to find it comes off in his hand, and that it was only tied on to scare away the timid adventurers.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson
My next little travel adventure is to South East Asia to discover and explore parts of the still relatively unknown countries of Vietnam and Cambodia. I’m really looking forward to the trip having waited a whole year to get the finances and plans in place. I leave after Christmas Day and you can follow my travels via an interactive map that will appear in my next blog post that I’ll be publishing before I leave. I found this smashing little quote from some time back while surfing the net, and feel that it’s quite fitting in regard to my next little venture, I hope you enjoy it.