In our travels, there were several places that Carrie and I could not go. This was not because of some current political agenda or religious practice. No… we could not explore certain parts of the world, places you would think…
We’ve been working while traveling for the last 2 years. But if we had unlimited time and unlimited money, here are 29 places we’ve already been that I would love to go back to.
Eating crocodile for the first time: Some bites of crocodile tasted a bit fishy. Some bites of crocodile tasted more like pork. Some bites of crocodile had their own unique flavor.
Mekong River. There are hundreds of these floating homes. From Vietnam to Cambodia. Cruising the Mekong River into Cambodia was one of my favorite travel experiences.
Boats and Candy, Buffalo and Snakes, Bees and more boats – one day in the Mekong Dela.
I can’t say we’ll miss Saigon (called Ho Chi Minh City). I can’t even say that we’ve seen much of Ho Chi Minh City. Honestly, we’ve spent 5 of the 6 days in our quiet hotel room working. Ho Chi…
They dug tunnels in the jungle where they lived. This was Cu Chi Province. American planes were bombing the heck out of western Vietnam and Eastern Cambodia. We visited the tunnels at Cu Chi today.
I enjoyed our visit to the Cao Dai Temple, where we listened to and watched the first 20 minutes of the service. Cao Dai ism is a religion I find fascinating, if a bit abstract and strict.
At the Green Suites Hotel, the Internet functioned exactly the way it was supposed to, at a speed good enough for me to accomplish everything I needed to. Green Suites Hotel comes recommended.
We stayed for 9 nights at the Hoi An Riverside Long Life Hotel. We really enjoyed Hoi An as well as our stay at this hotel. The Long Life Riverside has a pool and is easy walking distance to everything in Hoi An.