Een dag niet gecaved is een dag niet geleefd
After a short train ride, during which we first encountered the beautiful ‘wettus Vietnameticus’ -easily recognized by their multicolored ponchos- we quickly realized we had no idea why on earth we were in Ninh Binh. There were many like-colored people though, so something was probably worth our attention..
So here we go with the first pictures that in itself are able to tell the story of why Vietnam is such a worthwhile travel destination (seriously, you should all come; the people are so incredibly nice here). The photos exhibit our life aboard the Dragon Legend on our 3-day cruise through Bai Tu Long […]
That’s a fact. It’s a thing you can’t deny, like the fact that when you cross the street you’ll (nearly) die.
Een goeie voorbereiding, is het halve we ook niet alles Being prepared. According to Mufasa’s evil brother it’s the most important thing in life. Lex and I accidentally disregarded this piece of advice two days in a row, but we’re still alive so chances are we learned nothing from the experience.
Ik ga op reis en ik neem mee: 17 leerlingen. Most people would not expect the job description of a teacher to read ‘international travel involved’, but in my case it’s the truth. Before Lex met me in Hanoi, I spent a week in the capital of the Sichuan province of China: Chengdu.
In this blog I will update you all with our stories, photos and route of Margriet and my trip through Vietnam, New Zealand and Australia. As there are some international friends and family following as well I will be doing this in English.