Hoi An (part two)- a fairy tale town and a pleasant beach

I knew that the only way to enjoy Hoi An without the crowds would be to see it in the early morning. I woke up at 6 am and set … Continue reading Hoi An (part two)- a fairy tale town and a pleasant beach

Hoi An (part one) – pros and cons of visiting the top Vietnamese destination

Hoi An is one of the top destinations in Vietnam and it shows. Expect crowds, high prices and dishonest sellers. It is a typical tourist-geared town. If you can cope … Continue reading Hoi An (part one) – pros and cons of visiting the top Vietnamese destination

Kon Tum – the land of steep roofed houses and wooden churches

Kon Tum is a small and very peaceful town in the Central Highlands, rarely visited by foreign tourists. It is most famous for the spectacular communal houses of the Bahnar … Continue reading Kon Tum – the land of steep roofed houses and wooden churches

Buon Ma Thuot (part three)- elephant tamers’ cemetery at Yok Don and a tribal village at Lak Lake

On our last day in Buon Ma Thuot, we headed towards Yok Don National Park in order to see an ethnic minority village and a cemetery nearby. We didn’t even consider visiting … Continue reading Buon Ma Thuot (part three)- elephant tamers’ cemetery at Yok Don and a tribal village at Lak Lake