Our dear Tuk Tuk, a bike from the Dak Lak province has been sold! His new Dutch owner will be driving him up north again, with some Tuk Tuk companions. Here is a photo tribute to the four months we spent with him.
What stands out the most from our past six months on the road would definitely be the motorbike trip we did of the extreme north of Vietnam.
Not sure where to eat, sleep or work in Hoi An? Use this guide to discover the places we frequented and enjoyed the most during out eight week stay. (These are all outside of the old town.)
Cao Bang to Bao Lac in photos
Here are photos from our journey from Cao Bang to Bao Lac. We actually wanted to go all the way to Meo Vac that day but took road TL204 which ended up taking a good whole day. Most people take road 34 but I definitely recommend taking this alternative route if you’re a capable rider.
Meo Vac Sunday Market in photos
Meo Vac to Dong Van in photos
The road definitely less traveled. TL217 from Bao Lac to Meo Vac. As the title says, it took us a good seven hours to complete this 70km ride. Extremely difficult roads, you will go where most have never been. Not recommended unless you are an extremely experienced rider, also best not to be alone.
Hoi An Pros and Cons
If you’re thinking about staying in Hoi An long term, here’s a few pros and cons that you should consider before making your decision.
If you’re looking to buy shoes in Hoi An, DON’T go to ‘I Love Shoes’ (formerly ‘I Love Fashion’ and ‘Everybody’s Fashion’) at 718 Hai Ba Trung.
The best burgers in Hoi An
The best burgers in Hoi An!!!
Out of alllllll the burgers I’ve tried in Hoi An, Mitta Burger would have to be the best.