Short Journeys: Vietnam

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Released May 2014, Short Journeys: Vietnam is presently available as an ebook for Amazon Kindle. Taking up the trail in Ho Chi Minh City, I travel northwards to Hanoi and Halong Bay. I talk about how I got about, and review the places in which I stayed on this journey. Vietnam is a vibrant, exciting location for backpackers to visit, and I loved every minute of my stay in this wonderful nation.

Short Journeys: Vietnam (Amazon US Link) – $1.39

Short Journeys: Vietnam (Amazon UK Link) – £ 0.89

Short Journeys: Vietnam (Amazon Australia Link) – $1.39

 

Blurb –

Streets of Ho Chi Minh City

Streets of Ho Chi Minh City

Join me as I venture through Vietnam, a country today that has opened up to tourism in a big way and is full of things to see, experiences and some of the world’s friendliest people. For the modern backpacker, Vietnam is the perfect country to make your way through. It’s affordable, comfortable and well connected.

Halong Bay

Halong Bay

My journey through Vietnam took me from Ho Chi Minh City in the south to Hanoi and Halong Bay in the north. I visited the towns of Da Lat, Nha Trang, Hue and Hoi An on the way and travelled by bus, train, boat and sometimes on the back of a motorcycle in the cities. This book talks about where I went and how I got there, and the places I stayed. It’s full of stories, pictures and advice from one of the world’s great countries to travel.

Ruins of My Son near Hoi An.

Ruins of My Son near Hoi An.

The book is full of stories and experiences as well as useful travel tips on transport, accommodation and things to see, and there are well over 40 photos by the author in the book too!

Bride and groom at a train station in Da Lat

Bride and groom at a train station in Da Lat

So why not support self-publishing and check out this ebook!

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