Vietnamese

Hike to Giang Ta Chai Village (Dzao Tribe)

by Samuel on May 22, 2013

Hike to Giang Ta Chai Village (Dzao Tribe)

The last day of our hike brought us to Giang Ta Chai village home of the Dzao Tribe where we hiked a challenging trail through bamboo forests to end our trip. // // // //

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Vietnamese Countryside Meal at Tra Que, Vietnam Herb Water Wheel

As our time in Hoi An, Vietnam was winding down we headed out to the countryside to experience a traditional home cooked Vietnamese meal at Tra Que restaurant. // // // //

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Vietnamese Cooking Class Lesson in Hoi An, Vietnam

Although we’re anything but accomplished in the kitchen, we couldn’t pass up a great opportunity to learn how to make Vietnamese dishes in Hoi An, Vietnam. // // // //

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Shopping for custom made dresses in Hoi An, Vietnam

If you’re looking for clothes while traveling in Vietnam the mecca for shopping and custom made dresses, pants and suits is located in Hoi An, Vietnam. // // // //

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Eating Cao Lau & White Rose in Hoi An, Vietnam

To satisfy our ever demanding taste buds we head over to a Vietnamese restaurant in Hoi An, Vietnam specializing in White Rose and Cao Lau for lunch. // // // //

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Hoi An Central Market Travel Video

by Samuel on May 7, 2013

Hoi An Central Market Travel Video

Get out of bed early in the morning often has its rewards and visiting Hoi An Central market in Vietnam before the crowds of tourists came was well worth it. // // // //

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Vietnamese vegetarian restaurant in Nha Trang, Vietnam

Located only a stone throw away from our guest house in Nha Trang, Vietnam, we found an exceptional little eatery specializing in Vietnamese vegetarian food. // // // //

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Chua Hang Cave Pagoda

Eating at Lanterns, a highly reputable restaurant in Nha Trang, Vietnam, was an experience we enjoyed for its Vietnamese cuisine and charitable donations. // // // //

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Train Ride in Vietnam Saigon to Nha Trang

We were ecstatic to board our first train in Vietnam, our preferred method of transportation, on a journey heading from Ho Chi Minh City to Nha Trang. // // // //

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Vietnamese Folk Music Performance

by Samuel on April 27, 2013

Vietnamese Folk Music Performance

While taking a boat tour along the Mekong Delta, in the southern region of Vietnam, we were treated to some wonderful traditional Vietnamese singing and Vietnamese folk music during a live performance after sampling various kinds of tropical fruits and drinking hot Vietnamese herbal tea. Having the opportunity to listen to Vietnamese folk music was […]

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