This week's guest blog post is about fun things to do in Sydney, Australia and how to experience them like a local.
The next day I had Bahn Mi on my mind. It is a Vietnamese baguette which comes with: daikon, carrot, cilantro, chilis, and protein meats. I asked some locals and was told to go to Bahn Mi Huyn Hoa. As soon as I arrived, I saw many people working there preparing the ingredients for the sandwiches so I could tell it was a well run operation. I ordered a sandwich for 35k dong. It only took a few minutes before it was in my hand ready to devour.
Looking for some fun things to do in Saigon? The first day in arriving to Ho Chi Minh City it brought nostalgia after 4 years visiting prior. This would be a different trip since my last there were many changes. First, I wasn’t on a long backpacking trip and second on this trip I was more focused on the craft beer and food scene of HCM since I heard there has been a rapid change in both scenes. This is what this post will focus on.
The reasons people go travelling vary – to tick off places on their bucket list, to visit far-away friends and family, or to party hard. But from time to time, all travellers will look for a bit of peace and quiet – somewhere to sit back, relax and reflect on their experiences so far. For when that moment comes, we’ve picked five of the quietest, most relaxing places you can visit. Check them out:
Prague is one of my favorite cities in Europe. I like how it easy to walk the streets, the cheap beer, and the architecture especially the Old Town neighborhood. When I arrived to Prague, I booked an apartment in the Old Town area since I wanted to be a close proximity to the shops and restaurants. While this was my second time visiting Prague, I discovered even more new restaurants and bars which I would like to share with you for 24 hours in Prague.