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Halong-Bay,-Vietnam

Halong Bay, Vietnam

Halong Bay was beautiful and tranquil... there were countless islands and grottos amoungst the limestone waters. Sorry for the long post, but pictures do speak a thousand words... so enjoy :-)
The-temple-of-literature-&-a-shrimp-cake-restaurant-in-Hanoi

The temple of literature & a shrimp cake restaurant in Hanoi

The Temple of Literature was founded in 1070 by Emperor Ly Thanh Tong to honour those of high academic achievement. Vietnam's first university was established here 6 years later...
Inflight-meals-on-Vietnam-Airlines

Inflight meals on Vietnam Airlines

Food I ate on Vietnam Airlines... flying from Ho Chi Minh City to Hanoi and back:
Pho-24, Vietnam

Pho 24

While I didn't come across a McDonalds in Vietnam, there were plenty of other franchises. KFC, Lotteria (the McDonalds alternative) and Pho 24. You can normally buy a bowl of beef noodle soup for $5000 - $15000 VND, so it's slightly more expensive here, but you'll see why.
Nam-Phan-Restaurant…-fine-dining-in-Vietnam

Nam Phan Restaurant… fine dining in Vietnam

When it came down to research, I definitely had that covered. I had searched through blogs, articles and of course the Lonely Planet guides for the best dining and shopping in Vietnam. Nam Phan is one of the poshiest restaurants in Ho Chi Minh City. In comparison to fine dining in Sydney, for just $30 USD, I dined as the royals would.
Din-Ky-Restaurant,-HCMC-Vietnam

Din Ky Restaurant, HCMC Vietnam

My first day in Vietnam was chaotic. I don't think I've ever seen so many people in the one place! The air was humid and stuffy and the traffic conditions were frightening. All I really wanted for dinner was something quick and tasty...
Pu-Tien-Restaurant, Singapore

Pu Tien Restaurant

Pu Tien was only a minute's walk, down the road from Parkroyal Hotel. Its glow stood out among the other less glamourous restaurants. The staff were quick too... upon showing a second's worth of...
Singapore’s-hawker-food

Singapore’s hawker food

Hawker food was certainly one of the highlights of this trip. For as cheap as $1, or $5 at most, you can explore the tastiest chicken in glutinous rice, satay, char kway teow, laksa... and the list goes on.
Travelling-to-Singapore

Travelling to Singapore

I'm back from Singapore & Vietnam with an extra 3kg in body weight, lighter hair (I had my roots touched up and new highlights done for less than $8 AUD in Vietnam), 5GB of photos to edit and a wardrobe full of new dresses and shoes. Yay!

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