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Fujifilm X-T2 in… Ancient Town, Hoi An, Vietnam
What is up ladies and gents! I'm back with more XT2 photos and this time we visit Hoi An, Vietnam, the ancient town! Let's get started... ANCIENT TOWN Boy that ancient town is full of tourists! I felt it was overcrowded... Hoi An is a charming little town, but
10 Pro Tips to Help You Survive Your First Visit to Vietnam
Planning to Visit Vietnam for the First Time? Tung and I have both been to Viet Nam 6 times - can you tell that we love it so? We've seen Viet Nam together for 3 of those 6 visits, and it seems like we grow more in love with it
BALI: Top 3 Waterfalls You Must See!
Out of all the waterfalls we’ve seen on the long-term trip we’re currently on, Bali had the biggest and best ones (sorry Hawaii, Australia, and New Zealand!) We really think these waterfalls in Bali ruined all other waterfalls for us because we’re not even making the trip out to see
BALI: Riding a Motorbike? Avoid Getting Pulled Over by the Corrupt Police With These Tips!
You have not experienced The Real Bali unless you've rented a motorbike/scooter to get around this island. With a motorbike you are able to explore the entire island as your heart desires passing through quaint villages with huts, getting lost in rice fields, and navigating through small alleys that serve as
BALI: Trapped Inside and Stranded on Nyepi! – Balinese New Year
At the time of this writing, we are literally trapped inside our hotel room. The hallway and corridor is pitch black, the workers are not even here leaving only the hotel guests in the building, and the front door is gated shut so no one can go outside even if
BALI: Finding the Secret Gateway to Heaven – Pura Lempuyang
Not everyone goes to heaven, but at least we can all find the Secret Gateway to it! I don't think we'll get accepted into heaven.... =p Bali, Indonesia is one of those places that is on everyone's "I-really-want-to-go-there!" list. Essentially this means that everyone and their
BALI: The Complete Guide to Seeing Tegallalang Rice Terraces the RIGHT Way
The Tegallalang Rice Terraces are the most famous and pictured rice paddies in Ubud (and all of Bali for that matter). Tourists flock to these rice fields by the numbers to get the instagram-worthy photo of the luscious green landscapes featuring rows upon rows of rice terraces lined with coconut
The Huge Misconception About Hostels In Asia – They AREN’T Hostels – They Are HOTELS!
“Hostels” in South East Asia are really just American hotels without amenities like a gym, pool, or spa. The misconception is so widespread and common that many hostels in South East Asia have actually now changed their name to “hotel” or "home stay". When you think of backpacking or budget