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Here you will read some of the best, most captivating and humorous travel experiences, shared by your fellow travelers.
 
Bhutan the Land of Thousand Monastery
Submitted by Anonymous on 2010-10-31 11:08:10 (via www.bhutanhomeexpeditions.com)
The Land of Thunder Dragon is the most mysterious Buddhist kingdom nestled in the Eastern Himalayas between the world largest country China and India, surviving in splendid isolation, preserving its enchanting traditions and ancestral way of life.
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A little piece of heaven
Submitted by Bobby Nguyen on 2010-10-27 22:47:09 (via indochinasails.u.yuku.com)
"Ha Long Bay, literally "Descending Dragon Bay" is covered with thousands of limestone freestanding islands. Our junk meanders through these isles while we lounge on top deck taking pictures, jumping into the sea for swims, drinking beers and cocktails and eating fresh seafood lunches and dinners. The Honeymoon has really begun now.
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101 reasons to love living in Hanoi
Submitted by Bobby Nguyen on 2010-10-27 21:47:26 (via news.activetravelvietnam.com)
In 2001, Mark Rapoport and his family left New York to settle in Hanoi. The long-time expat and his Vietnamese partner run 54 Traditions, a gallery that sells handicrafts produced by ethnic minorities from all over the country. Almost every year, Rapaport’s two sons visit their parents and travel throughout the city.
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Lenin Peak, the Pamirs
Submitted by asiamountains on 2010-10-25 23:16:36 (via www.lenin-peak.net)
Lenin Peak (7134m) is located in a central part of Zaalay ridge, which is a natural border between Kyrgyzstan and Tadjikistan. Lenin peak massif is visible from different points of the Alay ridge and the eastern Pamirs. From the south (from the shore of Karakul lake) it looks like a sloping summit.
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Travel postcard: Hanoi, Vietnam
Submitted by Bobby Nguyen on 2010-10-25 02:27:16 (via news.activetravelvietnam.com)
With its remnants of French-colonial architecture, lively ‘Old Quarter’ alleyways and street side culinary culture Hanoi might just be Southeast Asia’s most charming capital city. It may be the oldest, too.
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Halong Bay: A World of Mystery Viet Nam
Submitted by Bobby Nguyen on 2010-10-10 22:21:38 (via news.activetravelvietnam.com)
Halong Bay is probably where you would find yourself. Majestic and mysterious, Vietnam’s Halong Bay is a breathtaking location with over 2000 incredible jagged islands and islets rising from the emerald waters of the Gulf of Tonkin.
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Get Ready Adventures in Vietnam’s Best Eco Lodges
Submitted by Bobby Nguyen on 2010-10-06 21:37:17 (via news.activetravelvietnam.com)
Renowned for hiking, highly qualified local guides, stunning backdrops and a rich cultural heritage, Vietnam’s northwestern highlands are a prime destination for travelers looking for an off-the-beaten-path adventure like no other.
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Vietnam's Phu Quoc island slowly opening up to the world
Submitted by Bobby Nguyen on 2010-10-06 21:00:23 (via news.activetravelvietnam.com)
Its growing popularity and developing hospitality might make it a runaway success, which at least one visitor hopes won't spoil its tropical perfection and laid-back atmosphere.
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A World of Romantic Adventure Awaits You in Da Lat, Viet Nam
Submitted by Bobby Nguyen on 2010-09-30 05:21:24 (via news.activetravelvietnam.com)
Perched high in the Southern Central Highlands amidst valleys, lakes and waterfalls, Vietnam’s Dalat is known for its mountain scenery and delightfully cool weather.
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Floating Markets of the Mekong Delta, Vietnam
Submitted by Bobby Nguyen on 2010-09-27 03:55:19 (via news.activetravelvietnam.com)
Vietnam is incredible and still authentic – it’s not “spruced up” for tourists. Nowhere is this more obvious than in the Mekong Delta, with its floating markets, where locals live, work and earn a living from the many tributaries of the river. You can easily get a feel for the real workings of this country and how things are done.
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