I can’t believe that it’s almost over, my Vietnam trip is really coming to an end. I’m 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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We didn’t plan going to Da Nang. We were very close to missing out on this paradise, and I must admit, it was pretty much my fault. I simply love planing travels, there is nothing better than sitting by my desk in Copenhagen, while its still cold and grey outside, and planing exotic trips to …

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4th part of my Vietnam vlogs! It took us 12 hours on a bus to get from Nha Trang to Hoi An, the beautiful ancient town, located in central Vietnam, 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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If you’re traveling to Vietnam, you will probably go to Ho Chi Minh City, also known as Saigon, Vietnam’s biggest city, a huge, buzzing, metropolis, home of 10 million people! I’ve seen quite a bit of Asia so far, but I’ve never seen anything like this before! The best world I can use to describe …

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  My second Vietnam vlog! After a couple of days in Ho Chi Minh City, my friends joined me and we went to Mekong Delta. We spent long hours in tiny Vietnamese busses, we sailed through palm trees forrest, we went to a fruits farm and had some amazing fresh fruits, we had some delicious …

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  I made my very first vlog! and I’m excited to share it with you! Last month during my winter break I traveled to Vietnam, and I decided to come to Ho Chi Minh City a few days before my friends, get over the jet lag, walk around the city, explore the streets and markets, …

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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… 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 “You need to try Taiwanese food!”. Taiwan is known to be the food …

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   I spent this summer in Hong Kong, one of the most amazing, crazy and inspiring places I’ve ever seen. I felt a deeper connection with this city, ever since I’ve visited it for the very first time almost two years ago. It’s a melting pot of cultures, modern and traditional world, Chinese and western, …

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