• On the roads of Vietnam by motorbike
    GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS If a first impression of the Vietnamese traffic can be frightening, remember the following: No one seeks the incident, although it might seem otherwise. Cross the street safely and decided, other means will move accordingly. The rules you learn in driving school can also scordarvele. There is no way to the right or one way, you learn the rules on the local rail and Adapt without protest. The biggest vince.SEMPRE. The Vietnamese ...
  • From Hanoi to Sapa by motorbike
    THE ROAD FROM HANOI TO SAPA So we decide to leave the capital, always crowded and noisy, the mountains and the terraces that surround the city and the Sapa area. Still inexperienced regarding the routes in this country, we rely on Google Maps as far as the path. The suggested route is the highway QL32 / C that we can walk with our bikes (highways are off-limits to the two wheels) to the town of Yen Bai, and then continue on the DT163 up to Lao Cai where ...
  • Getting ready! Vietnam - Human translation is coming soon!
      And so after many vicissitudes and program changes, the first destination choice for our long journey is Vietnam. We based this decision on the chance to see so many different scenarios, from urban ones of overcrowded Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City (aka Saigon), the wonderful stretches of Sapa rice fields to the white sandy beaches of Mui Ne. ...

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