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Travel Report: The National School (Truong Quoc Hoc) – Hue, Vietnam.

April 2018. If you’re in Hue and open to checking out something a bit different from the typical tourist trail, why not take a walk down to The National Shchool (Truong Quoc Hoc), a handsome French era secondary school that is none of the most esteemed educational establishments in Vietnam.

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Travel Report: The Imperial City Royal Gardens – Hue, Vietnam.

April 2018. Hue’s majestic Imperial City is a fascinating window into the rich history of Vietnam’s Nguyen Emperors. Even with only a fraction of its original glory intact, you’ll still be treated to sweeping courtyards, traditional temples, crumbling stone gates, painted halls and towering pagodas. And then you’ve got The Royal Gardens, a small but […]

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Travel Report: Phong Nha Cave, Vietnam.

April 2018. We were rattling through Phong Nha-K?Bàng National Park (try saying that with a mouthful of marshmallows) in the minibus when I found myself speculating on whether Phong Nha Cave might turn out to be something of an anticlimax. Our intimate little tour group had just finished exploring the wondrous Paradise Cave, which had been so […]

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Travel Report: Paradise Cave, Vietnam.

April 2018. Arguably the highlight of central Vietnam, Paradise Cave is an essential stop on any itinerary around the country! After all, this is the longest dry cave in Asia at a staggering thirty-one kilometers. The cave’s public access section covers just one of those kilometers, but fear not… it’s still a jaw–dropping experience. Seen one cave […]

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