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Vietnam

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The Cao Dai Temple is so colourful you have to visit! Vietnam

As it was our first time in Saigon I had no idea what to really expect. Aside from my knowledge it was going to humid, busy and noisy (and where we should eat), I planned nothing before we arrived. We booked a tour I’m not overly keen on organised tours but as it was just…

Families who travel. Our Instagram Inspiration

Everybody needs instagram inspiration and we’re no different but we are very particular about who we follow on IG. Who do we follow on IG? When we follow a travel account we look for real accounts; nothing too posed or too fake; genuine likes and comments and not too much corporate take-over. By that I…

2017! Cor Blimey what a year!

We decided to have a recap on what we’d done last year and….well, what a year 2017 was for us!! Note: I actually wrote this in December 2017 but forgot to hit publish. In 2016 we had spent six months being location independent in France and two months in England, so 2017 was our first…

Can Gio District; how much can you fit into one day trip?

We only had a short time in Saigon (four days!) and we wanted to see as much of it as possible so we booked a one day tour to the Can Gio District with The Sinh Tourist. How much did a day trip to Can Gio cost? We paid 2,196,000 dong (for four of us) and…

Choose TRIPLE A in Siem Reap

Siem Reap is a small and compact city in comparison to Pnohm Pen and Battambang but it’s HEAVING with tourists due to Angkor Wat. I was tired of the coach parties (with their massive umbrellas) and the tourists who had no respect for history or local customs so we went looking for a more authentic, smaller…

Cu Chi; How do you fancy living in a tunnel?

If you’re claustrophobic, the Cu Chi tunnels on the outskirts of Saigon are going to be your worst nightmare. Less than 50cm in diameter, these tunnels were once home to Vietnamese fighters and their families for over a decade during the American War. Read on to know more about why we visited and what you…

Saigon Opera House Teh Dar Show

Out of all of our travels Saigon is the city that left the biggest and lasting impression on us. I had heard so much about it and it lived up to its expectations and way beyond. I loved how alive Saigon was with its constant noise and the street food smells. I couldn’t wait to…