A breakfast in a construction site Vietnam, you might be a great place to live and work, but having breakfast today wasn’t the most memorable… I’ve had some of the greatest food experiences in Vietnam, but this wasn’t one of them.
Discovering Vietnam, that’s discovering its food as well as the urban jungle Ho Chi Ming City actually is. A food tour felt like the right activity to combine both!
One of the main attractions in Ubud (Bali) is the Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary. It is a small area in the center of the city. Some 600 Balinese Longtail Monkeys live here. (Macaque in English).
After my first days of travel in Ho Chi Ming City and Hanoi (Vietnam), and awaiting more adventures, here are some of the things that were not as I expected them before coming here. Breakfasts in construction sites, motor scooters with an app, and a very cosmopolitan aspect.
More train! Saigon to Hanoi this time!
After spending the new years eve in Kuala Lumpur, I decided to head for Singapore. By train.
Peking, Beijing, at last. My first days in the city. Love on the first sight. Who would have thought that?
Arrival in Beijing, China! After thousands of kilometers on the train, crossing many borders since London, I made it to the first big stop on my Trans Europe and Asia journey.
The Trans Mongolian route continues: After a couple of days in Ulan Bator, time to add some train-miles.
After I visit Mongolia in the countryside, I had a couple of days in the capital again to regroup and get ready for the next part of my Trans European and Trans Asian adventure.
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