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How to book cheap Vietnam flights

How to book cheap Vietnam flights

Besides the airlines, travel companies also launch many attractive discount programs to compete. However, you should also pay attention to choose reputable companies if you do not want to lose money
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5 tips about hunting cheap airfares in Vietnam

5 tips about hunting cheap airfares in Vietnam

Cheap airline tickets are tickets that help you save money - time - and effort compared to other mode of transports such as trains, buses
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Cheap travel Vietnam, where should you go

Cheap travel Vietnam, where should you go?

If you are a lover of romance, with beautiful flower fields, large space including the fiels of Tam Giac Mach flowers in Ha Giang, a field of Cuc Hoa Mi flower in Nhat Tan
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How to rent a motorbike in Hanoi at cheap price

How to rent a motorbike in Hanoi at cheap price

After finding the locations of Hanoi motorbike rental with good review close to your hotel , please note from 2-4 locations. Addresss with good service are often crowded
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Along the central coast

Along the central coast

In some ways Quy Nhon was a difficult stop for us because we had to re-adjust to the heat after being spoiled by the cool temperatures in Dalat. The heat seemed that much more aversive after the coolness of Dalat - a contrast effect.
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Along the central coast

Train to Nghe An and cross border to Laos

Walking the streets in Vinh, it was clear that we were basically they only foreigners in town. We were stared at, no one could understand us, there was nowhere to eat, change money etc. So we just walked for ages taking in the city
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Along the central coast

Crossing river into Vietnam

The crossing into Vietnam was supposed to be one rife with scrutiny but we walked through in minutes. The Chinese immigrations officials were shocked to see a Xinjiang entry stamp in our passports as they could never imagine.
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Dong Ha, a town the war went by

Dong Ha, a town the war went by

The next day I just wanted to leave Dong Ha as it was a total shithole (like many others in Vietnam). I left on a very sour note. My "friendly" guide, remember the same guy who was connected to the guesthouse
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Khe Sanh and the DMZ

Khe Sanh and the DMZ

Our last stop along hwy 9 was Khe Sanh, a marine base where the bloodiest battle of the war took place. The siege of Khe Sanh was actually a smoke screen to distract the U.S. military while the North Vietnamese Army prepped for the Tet Offensive.
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