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Pooping Your Pants on the Road

Want to know what the biggest bonding topic on the backpacker trail is? Do you really? I don’t know if you can handle it…. Oh fine, it’s poop. Stop blushing. Everyone does it.... Read More

Travel Post by Twenty-Something Travel on the 16-05-16


How to Enjoy Vietnam as a First-Time Traveller

Vietnam isn’t the easiest destination to visit at first blush. But my friend Barbara Adam, who’s just released her guide to Vietnam, Vietnam: 100 Unusual Travel Tips, volunteered these ten tips... Read More

Travel Post by EscapeArtistes on the 05-04-16


Approaching a Small Island in Vietnam at Sunset

The Ballad of Ho Chi Minh The airlines played THIS song for us upon arrival… and as you might suspect from what you read below, we were all singing along! Daily Photo –... Read More

Travel Post by Stuck In Customs on the 17-06-15


The Sunday market in Bac Ha, Vietnam

A weary bus ride up a windy road on a Saturday afternoon was finally close to its end, as we were creeping up into the small town of Bac Ha, Vietnam. It... Read More

Travel Post by Travelettes on the 07-06-15


Beef Pho in Saigon: Try It at Pho Phuong 25

In Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City), just like with banh mi, you’ll have a hard time walking more than a block or two without stumbling into the next pho restaurant. And... Read More

Travel Post by Migrationology on the 14-05-15


Bun Mam: Another Noodle Soup You Should Eat in Saigon

Before taking my most recent trip to Saigon, I didn’t know just how many different types of Vietnamese noodle soups existed. And even after eating numerous different types of soup, with... Read More

Travel Post by Migrationology on the 11-05-15


Bo La Lot – Probably My Favorite Vietnamese Food!

Soup noodle dishes are some of the most famous things to eat in Vietnam. And there’s no denying they are delicious. But there are other dishes, like minced meat wrapped in... Read More

Travel Post by Migrationology on the 19-04-15


Eating Vietnamese Crab Soup in a Saigon Alley

One of the greatest things about Saigon are the never ending mazes of back-lanes and alleys. Why? Not just because they are alleys, and alleys are nice. But because alleys in... Read More

Travel Post by Migrationology on the 16-04-15


Vietnamese Desserts in Saigon – Almond Panna Cotta Jelly

Although food is the reason I travel, I rarely eat desserts. I’ve never been a big sweets eater, and so I typically prefer to use all my stomach capacity on more... Read More

Travel Post by Migrationology on the 01-04-15


Where to go for Southeast Asia’s best street food

Thanks for following and reading Overland Travel Adventures from Go, See, Write One of the things that makes Southeast Asia so enticing to foreign travelers is its abundance of cheap street... Read More

Travel Post by Go See Write on the 31-03-15


Bo Kho – Vietnamese Beef Stew in Saigon at Bò Kho Út Nhung

Who else loves beef stew? Located on a corner, within the small lane neighborhoods of Saigon, Bò Kho Út Nhung is a restaurant that’s known in the area for their beef stew,... Read More

Travel Post by Migrationology on the 29-03-15


Pilgrimage Worthy Congee and Braised Duck in Saigon

Not all congee (rice porridge) is created equal. Some versions are very plain, others are flavored with tiny bits of minced pork and organs, and some with a soft boiled egg... Read More

Travel Post by Migrationology on the 22-03-15


The Lunch Lady – Saigon’s Celebrity Street Food Stall

Undeniably, one of the most famous street food stalls in all of Saigon is the legendary Lunch Lady. During the course of my trip to Saigon, I ate an incredible amount of... Read More

Travel Post by Migrationology on the 15-03-15


Banh Cuon Hai Nam – Vietnamese Rolled Noodles in Saigon

Banh cuon, or Vietnamese noodle rolls, are yet another delicious food to try in Vietnam. Although banh cuon is a northern Vietnamese dish, it’s widely available throughout the south as well,... Read More

Travel Post by Migrationology on the 09-03-15


Banh Xeo 46A – Saigon’s Most Famous Sizzling Crepe

While there are many amazing things to eat in Vietnam, there’s no doubt banh xeo is a favorite snack for many. There’s hardly anything to dislike about a crispy golden crepe, stuffed with... Read More

Travel Post by Migrationology on the 05-03-15


Adventures in Sleeping: An Instagram Series

One of my favourite sights in Saigon was the ever-present and acrobatic napping skills of its inhabitants. In my long ode to the city, I wrote about how there was no shortage... Read More

Travel Post by Legal Nomads on the 03-03-15


Bot Chien – Fried Rice Flour Cakes at a Market in Saigon

One of the best places to eat delicious food in Vietnam is down alleys or deep into markets. While exploring all sorts of tasty foods in Saigon, one day I was... Read More

Travel Post by Migrationology on the 01-03-15


The top attractions to visit in Ninh Binh, Vietnam

Thanks for following and reading Overland Travel Adventures from Go, See, Write The province of Ninh Binh shares its name with the province’s capital city of the same name, and it... Read More

Travel Post by Go See Write on the 26-02-15


Southeast Asia In A Semester

Remember that money I saved? Well, I’ve finally decided to put it to use. This year, instead of spending my last four months in Houston back in college, I decided to graduate early... Read More

Travel Post by The Kay Days on the 10-01-15


A recap video of our time in Vietnam, which is quite possibly...

A recap video of our time in Vietnam, which is quite possibly the most naturally beautiful country in all of Asia. Vietnam, you rock. Song: The Oh Hello’s, The Lament... Read More

Travel Post by Our EPIK Travels on the 01-11-14


A Newbies Guide to Ho Chi Minh City

By @wayoutfarvicki Back in 2009, we headed to Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) in Vietnam, the first stop of our travels around south-east Asia. We arrived expecting a bit of hustle and bustle having... Read More

Travel Post by Way Out Far on the 16-10-14


The Legal Nomads Guide to Saigon Street Food

After two winters of stuffing my face around town, I thought I would put together a guide to Saigon street food, gathering some of the places I love in one place.... Read More

Travel Post by Legal Nomads on the 19-06-14


Why I Love Saigon

I first discovered the dragon fruit in 2004 on a visit to China. I was in Nanning on a short vacation from lawyering in New York, and it was my first... Read More

Travel Post by Legal Nomads on the 22-05-14


Ha Long Bay: Just as Incredible as You’ve Heard

When you close your eyes and picture Vietnam, what comes to mind? Rice paddies? Conical hats? Crazy motorbike traffic? These were all things I had in mind before traveling to Vietnam. And... Read More

Travel Post by A Dangerous Business on the 18-02-14


Savouring a Temporary Calm in Saigon

With lunar new year just over, Saigon embarked on a slow crawl out of its celebratory coma. Motorbikes that furiously ferried kumquat trees to houses around town started making the slow... Read More

Travel Post by Legal Nomads on the 17-02-14


Noodles for Breakfast – a Trip to Vietnam

I am a self-proclaimed pastaholic. I could eat pasta every day and when I was in Rome a year ago I ate it for lunch and dinner. My father says... Read More

Travel Post by Travelettes on the 11-02-14


Photo of the Week: Vietnam Countryside

Each Saturday from now on, I’ll be sharing a photo with you from my travels around the world. This week, the photo comes from Hoi An, Vietnam. Before visiting Vietnam, I had heard people... Read More

Travel Post by A Dangerous Business on the 08-02-14


Photo of the Week: Ha Long Bay

Each Saturday from now on, I’ll be sharing a photo with you from my travels around the world. This week, the photo comes from Ha Long Bay, Vietnam. Covering more than 1,550 kilometers and... Read More

Travel Post by A Dangerous Business on the 01-02-14


What Not to Do When you Get Dengue

When I sliced my toe on a rusty grate during last year’s Lunar New Year fireworks, I refused to check on what had happened, opting instead to breathe through the burning... Read More

Travel Post by Legal Nomads on the 28-01-14


RTW Diaries: I’m Off to Southeast Asia!

If you remember back to mid-October, I made a major change to my travel plans. What was originally supposed to be a 5- or 6-month trip around the world got cut... Read More

Travel Post by A Dangerous Business on the 13-01-14