When to go? To be honest, it doesn鈥檛 really matter it will be freaking hot anyways 馃槈 However, the best time to go is from November to February, that鈥檚 when the temperature is lowest aka 30 C degrees instead of 40 C degrees, and it doesn’t rain. It is important to keep in mind, that …

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聽 I can鈥檛 believe that it鈥檚 almost over, my Vietnam trip is really coming to an end. I鈥檓 obviously not in Vietnam anymore. I left almost three months ago, but working on my blog posts, editing videos and pictures, made me feel like a little part of me was still left in sunny Southeast Asia. …

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After spending the whole day chilling at the beach, sipping ice coffee, getting massages and admiring the city from our rooftop pool, we left Nha Thrang. At 7pm, the bus picked us up from our hotel, and we spent the whole night driving from Nha Trang to Hoi An. This 500 km drive took us …

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Nha Trang turned out to be a big surprise. Good surprise.聽It聽really thought me that it鈥檚 not always a good idea to listen to what people say, and it鈥檚 always worth to check things out yourself, and make up your own mind. While planing our trip to Vietnam, we asked friends and people we knew who …

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We arrived in Mui Ne at 1am, after 8 hours in a tinny Vietnamese bus, 4 hours of waiting in Ho Chi Minh City and about 5 hours of sleep in an awesome sleeping bus.聽It was a long day. Since we knew, we would arrive in the middle of the night, we booked our hotel …

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4th part of my Vietnam vlogs!聽It took us 12 hours on a bus to get from Nha Trang to Hoi An, the beautiful ancient town, located in central Vietnam,聽full of people from all around the world, old yellow houses, locals wearing the Vietnamese hat, exotic fruits, markets, lights and lanterns. We lived in a backpackers’ …

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Vietnam has always been on top of my bucket list. There is something about this country, that has always made me very curious. The Vietnamese hats, green rice fields, sunny beaches, palm trees, Pho and spring rolls鈥 The idea of making this dream into reality, came up when my fall semester schedule was revealed. I …

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1. Go to a night market Yes, markets and especially famous Taiwanese night markets, are basically one of the biggest attractions in Taiwan. When I was asking my Asian friends about tips and recommendations about Taiwan, number one reaction from everyone was 鈥淵ou need to try Taiwanese food!鈥. Taiwan is known to be the food …

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聽 The second part of my Summer in Hong Kong photo series. Incredible, exciting and super fun summer, that I spent in University of Hong Kong, doing a summer course about creativity in East Asia, living in two different hotels and a student dorm, hanging out around the city with new and old friends, discovering …

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