Didn’t bother finding a bed last night, wandering the streets waiting for hostels to open. Not the only one late with bookings (swipe➡️). Had a great time out with my new buddy Sylvain who I met at Suvarnabhumi🍻
Bac Son Valley🌺🌹🌈
Vietnam offers a large array of destinations of all kinds. The potential of the country is such that there is almost an ideal destination for everyone. You may be looking for jungle, seaside, mountains, rural or semi-rural deltas, ancient architecture, adventure in big outdoors, culture in its whole, giant caves and extraordinary natural heritage; Vietnam has almost it all. And if every traveler would find his paradise in Vietnam, we could also say that every destination would find a traveler to please. Now the questions are Bac Son, for who? How? And why?
Bac Son left us a strange impression. We can feel that from the district of Huu Lien (about 60km South of Bac Son) to this impressive valley, the potential for tourism is huge. We are not too far from Hanoi, access is easy, and landscapes are stunning. But in the other hand, the current lack of tourism facilities, and the rural-in-urban-development-process atmosphere makes it a bit less attractive.
To illustrate the lack of tourism facilities we show you below one of the pictures that started making the fame of Bac Son. This view is only accessible to people 1)very fit and adventurous and 2) ready to negotiate with a guardian to climb up on top of an antenna at the edge of a mount. Basically, very few people would really have the view.
فيتنام تقدم مجموعة كبيرة من الوجهات بجميع أنواعها. إمكانات البلد هي أن هناك تقريبا وجهة مثالية للجميع. قد تكون تبحث عن غابة أو شاطىء أو جبال أو دالتا ريفية أو شبه ريفية ، والهندسة المعمارية القديمة ، والمغامرة في الهواء الطلق ، والثقافة بكاملها ، والكهوف العملاقة والتراث الطبيعي غير العادي. فيتنام لديها كل شيء تقريبا. وإذا وجد كل مسافر جنته في فيتنام ، فيمكننا القول أيضًا إن كل وجهة ستعثر على مسافرًا يرضيه.
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🇻🇳 يرجى اتباع @letsvisitvietnam إذا كنت حقا أحب فيتنام وترغب في الحصول على المزيد من الصور الإلهام حول فيتنام ....🇻🇳🇻🇳
. احبكم وحفظ
📸photo by @merveceranphoto
Throwback to that time when we decided to wake up at 430AM and drive a long way up to the mountain to watch sunrise in #Sapa, Vietnam. Tim prepared hot water and two bowls of instant noodles for breakfast 😆 We even drove there to find a good spot the previous day to make sure we'll catch the sunrise on time without having to find a place to sit. That was the one and only time we've woken up that early for something. The view was beautiful and totally worth the long motorbike drive.
Slapped on the GoPro today to shed some real life experience of what getting around Vietnam is like with a physical impairment.
Before heading out, I purchased the FreeWheel (the 3rd wheel at the front of my chair) and honestly I don't think I would have been able to get around Hanoi without it! Without a doubt it is one of the best investments I've ever made - especially if I travel more.
As you can see from the vid, scooters are EVERYWHERE. It wouldn't be too bad if they were all on the road, but as you can see from the vid they're also parked all over the pavement blocking access. Due to this I was having to risk pushing in the road for long periods and also doing a lot of climbing and dropping off curbs. Even though it is manic, I felt both terrified and completely safe being on the side of the road. The people have so much awareness and they just weave around everyone like it's no bother.
In terms of the terrain, a lot of the pavements have cracks and there are also a lot of 'dips' and holes all over the place (this is why the FreeWheel was a Godsend!)
Keep your eyes peeled for my travel blog on YouTube, where I’ll be giving you all the details on travelling in a wheelchair. But for now I hope this gives you a little insight into life in a chair. Oh, it also made for some pretty good cardio, too! 🧠➡️♿
The Trấn Quốc Pagoda is the oldest Buddhist temple in Hanoi, Vietnam. It is located on a small island near the southeastern shore of Hanoi's West Lake. It was built during the 6th century and it is at least 1450 years old.
The pagodas are red because in Chinese and Vietnamese culture red symbolizes luck and prosperity.
“Đêm đêm nằm mơ phố, mơ như mình quên hết..”
Did I catch myself dreaming of Hội An again? Yeah..
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Hiding away from my allergies in a flower garden. No, I am not allergic to flowers, or pollen, but I am to moths! Yes, I am aware it’s a silly, silly allergy, but what can I do?!🤷🏻♀️
Do you have any allergies? Please do tell to see if we can find a sillier allergy than mine!
As soon as we arrived in Mai Chau I noticed a few things. Beautiful Thai stilt houses, a picturesque valley, lush green rice paddies, friendly locals, ever so peaceful landscape, and MANY MOTHS!
I thought if I ignored it, maybe my allergies wouldn’t kick in, but by nighttime, an antihistamine was my best friend, and sleeping buddy. Still have a bit of the rash left, thank you dear moths!👊🏼
Llegando a Mai Chau, Vietnam pude apreciar mucha belleza, desde el verde interminable del Valle, las casas tradicionales Thai, la amabilidad de los locales, y la cantidad increíble de polillas (babas)!
No es que les tenga miedo, pero recientemente mi cuerpo decidió que soy alérgica a ellas! La alergia más tonta del mundo! Jaja. Al final de la noche estaba cubierta en ronchas, y me picaba todo el cuerpo, por la noche un remedio para las alergias era mi mejor amigo, y compañero de sueños 🤦🏻♀️
Alguno de ustedes sufre de alergias? Cuéntenme por favor! Quiero ver si encontramos alguna alergia más boba que la mía! Jaja ❤️
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