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Dogs and Cats / Vietnam Discovery: 14 days Vietnam
« Last post by hoangmao300 on May 14, 2019, 01:37:23 PM »
Vietnam Discovery: 14 days Vietnam

The sheer diversity of Vietnam caters to nearly every wandering soul. Within its spectacular seascapes and mountainous landscaping, Vietnam hides its mystical ethnic minority hamlets, impressive cascading grain terraces, a hotpot of cultures dating back thousands of many years, among the most vibrant food scenes in Southeast Asia, and many more.
This exploration is going to take you across the country, from Hanoi, Vietnam's millennial capital city to Sapa, the North's main trekking base. Deal with yourself to a perfect getaway on the legendary karst dotted seascape of Halong Bay - one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature with its tranquil emerald water.
Down the slender curves of Vietnam is the idyllic Hue, Vietnam's formal imperial capital, that has all the grandeur and majesty to mix the curiosity of any history buff. Further south is Hoi An - playing the job of muse to any artist, its architectural consistency of buildings and the power grid formation of narrow alleys and lanes have magically turned Hoi An right into a de facto theme park.
Out from the serenity, Saigon bloomed as one of the most enjoyable cities in Asia but does not settle for just that. The verdant Mekong Delta, the melting pot of cultures that are different offers another otherworldly aspect of Vietnam.
Why don't we invest a meaningful holiday in Vietnam becoming part of the fluidity of her and examining her lots of facets acutely from the inside out in 14 days with Top Vietnam Travel.

    • Watch Vietnam’s 1,000 year of history comes to life in front of you with a visit to Hanoi
    • Dip your toe in a whole different culture with a trip to Sapa
    • Get in touch with the grandeur of nature in Halong Bay
    • Weave through Hue’s deep-rooted culture and history
    • Get lost in the bucolic charm of Hoian
    • Embrace the addictive madness of Saigon
    • Embark on a trip to Mekong Delta, one of Asia’s most atmospheric land[/size]

    Day 1: Arrive Hanoi
    Meals: NA/Accommodation: Hotel in Hanoi
    Your holiday in Vietnam will start with Hanoi - the classic capital of Vietnam. After a warm welcome upon arrival at Hanoi Airport, you'll be transferred to the hotel of yours. In the afternoon, you are going to engage in a private walking city tour to discover local markets and the Old Quarter - known for its 36 narrow, congested roadways and guilds (now Hanoi has more than 70 streets) - each was named after a single trade - formed by artisans and traders from villages around Hoan Kiem Lake who came here to sell the goods of theirs.

    Day 2: Hanoi City Tour – Night train to Lao Cai
    Meals: Breakfast/Accommodation: on train (shared 4 soft sleeper cabin with AC)
    The capital of Hanoi is a quintessential visit in any Vietnam holiday packages in case you're anticipating digging much deeper into Vietnamese society. Nowadays you have a full day to explore the capital of Vietnam, with en route visits to its primary attraction sites: the Ho Chi Minh Complex (Ho Chi Minh's Mausoleum and Stilt House, One Pillar Pagoda, and the Presidential Palace), the Temple of Literature, West Lake with Quan Thanh Temple and Tran Quoc Pagoda, and the most beautiful attraction museum in Hanoi - The Vietnam Museum of Ethnology or History Museum.
    Later on in the evening, you will enjoy a traditional Water Puppet performance for an intimate insight into Vietnamese rural life throughout its history. Originated in the Red River Delta in the 11th century, water puppetry hails from the country 's wet rice culture, sketching a lively and colorful image of an agricultural modern society normal of the North with a humorous twist to each skit. Stay overnight in Hanoi.
    Enjoy dinner on the own arrangement of yours before getting transferred to Hanoi Railway Station for an overnight train to Lao Cai.

    Day 3: Lao Cai – Sapa.
    Meals: Breakfast/Accommodations: Hotel in Sapa
    You are going to arrive at Lao Cai Station at the start of the morning. Lao Cai is a town close to the Chinese border. You will be welcomed by our local tour guide and then transferred to Sapa town. Have breakfast and loosen up for a while before starting to trek to Mường Hoa Valley - noted for its breathtaking scenery and also being the largest farmland for rice cultivation in SaPa. You will trek across the Muong Hoa River through terraced areas, passing by several hamlets on the H'Mong. The trek will take you from Lao Chai Village - inhabited by Black H'mong People to Ta Van Village - inhabited by the Zay, providing an intimate insight into the different cultural costumes and traditions showcased by the villagers. Go back to the hotel of yours and stay overnight in Sapa.

    Day 4: Sapa – Matra – Ta Phin Village – Bus to Hanoi
    Meals: Breakfast & Lunch./Accommodation: hotel in Hanoi.
    The walk begins from Sapa through the gorgeous gardens and rich pine forests. On the way, you are going to pass by Matra - a small, remote tribal village of the Black Hmong. Continue trekking through rice terraces and the scenic mountainous landscape of Sapa, and also enjoy lunch served en-route to Taphin Village. This particular village has its visitors captivated by the distinctive cultural life of the Black Hmong and Red Dzao minorities - he 2 largest ethnic groups inhabiting the area through anecdotes advised by the elders. You will also have the opportunity to go to some traditional houses here before returning to Sapa in an automobile. Our bus is going to take you to Hanoi for your overnight stay at the hotel.

    Day 5: Hanoi – Ha Long Bay
    Meal: Breakfast-lunch-dinner/Accommodation: On Cruise
    No holiday in Vietnam is done without having a beach escape. So treat yourself to an overnight stay amidst the majestic Halong Bay. After getting purchased from your hotel, you'll be transferred by van/car to Ha Long Bay at 12:00. Upon arrival in Ha Long Bay, you'll be welcomed aboard and enjoy lunch while weaving through many islands and also islets towering over and shown off the emerald waters of Halong Bay. After lunch, take a short trek to a close by summit for a birds' eye view of the bay peppered with golden sails, after which proceed to a quiet beach for some kayaking or swimming, or just simply go back to the ship and sunbathe on the sundeck, whatever tickles your fancy.
    Later in the evening, pay a visit to a tranquil fishing village to interact with fishermen that have inhabited the bay for almost 3 generations. Go back aboard and have a drink on the sun deck while can certainly enjoy beverages and lose yourself in the immense visual delight as the reddish-orange hue of the sky deepens and dusk creeps over the horizon. Enjoy dinner and stay overnight on the junk.

    Day 6: Ha Long – Hanoi – Hue
    Meal: Breakfast-Brunch/Accommodation: On Cruise
    Kickstart the day of yours with a beginning Tai Chi Session on the sundeck and you will be compensated with an unparalleled visible glory of the sun peeking over the watery horizon. After breakfast, you are going to visit an enigmatic limestone grotto and then go to the ship for a final glimpse of Ha Long Bay as you cruise back to the dock. Check out when the ship comes at the harbor by drive and noon back to Hanoi for your flight to Hue. On your arrival, you will be transferred to the hotel. Check in as well as overnight in Hue.

    Day 7: Hue
    Meals: Breakfast/Accommodation: Hotel in Hue
    Today, you are going to embark on a full-day exploration of Hue - Vietnam's former age-old capital. Get started with a trip to the Imperial Citadel - home to the Imperial City and Forbidden Purple City - once the Emperor's and also his family private residence. The Imperial City was built in the 19th century, based off of the style of the Forbidden City in Beijing. Apart from the Forbidden Purple City and the primary structures of state, the Imperial Enclosure houses many other temples and palaces within its walls.
    In the evening, carry on and visit the Imperial Museum, Tu Hieu Pagoda, and the vibrant Dong Ba Riverside Market.

    Day 8: Hue – Danang – Hoi An
    Meals: Breakfast/Accommodation: Hotel in Hoi An.
    Wake up in the ancient capital and enjoy the breakfast of yours in the hotel. Next, start a private boat trip cruising the romantic Perfume River with visits to Lady Pagoda (Thien Mu Pagoda) and the grandiose Minh Mang's tomb - captivating beholders with its regal nature. Enjoy lunch at a nearby restaurant and then leave Hue for Hoi An - another UNESCO World Heritage Site. You are going to travel via the Hai Van Pass, stop in Danang for a visit to the Cham Museum and handicraft villages at the foot of the Marble Mountains before arriving in Hoi An. Upon arrival in Hoi An, you will check in to the hotel of yours and have some free time to explore the town then stay overnight there.

    Day 9: Hoi An
    Meals: Breakfast/Accommodation: Hotel in Hoi An
    From the 16th to 18th centuries, Hoi An was a thriving overseas commercial port for Chinese, Japanese, French, Dutch, Arab and Portuguese traders. These people came primarily to trade in the high grade silk, which continues to be produced in the region, and also ceramics. Nowadays, Hoi An is a quaint riverside town, popular with visitors for its eclectic architecture, tailors shops, and countless cafes. Several of the structures in the narrow streets have remained unchanged for more than a century. You will enjoy a half day walking tour through the narrow winding streets of the Ancient Quarter visiting Chua Ong Pagoda, Chinese Assembly Halls, the 200 - year old Tam Ky Ancestral House, and the Japanese Bridge. Following the tour, there is going to be free time to shop and relax. You are going to stay overnight in Hoi An.

    Day 10: Hoi An – Ho Chi Minh City
    Meals: Breakfast/Accommodation: Hotel in Ho Chi Minh City
    You will then leave Hoi An for Danang Airport for a one hour flight to Ho Chi Minh City. In the evening, you are going to embark on a city trip of HCMC (Saigon) including the Reunification Palace, Notre Dame Cathedral, the existing Post Office and bustling Ben Thanh Market. You will stay overnight in HCMC.

    Day 11: Cao Dai Temple & Cu chi Underground
    Meals: Breakfast/Accommodation: Hotel in Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC)
    This morning you are going to drive to Cao Dai Temples in Tay Ninh. Cao Dai Holy See Temple could be the cathedral of the Cao Daism religion and residence of the Divine Eye, the recognized sign of this distinctive religion. Cao Dai followers worship Jesus Christ, Taoism, Confucius, and Buddha. You'll also be able to observe the midday service.
    Following lunch you will drive to the Cu Chi Tunnels, which consist of over 200 km of subterranean tunnels. This principal axis system has numerous branches connecting to subterranean hideouts, shelters, and entrances to various other tunnels. The system incorporated innumerable trap doors, specially built living areas, field hospitals, weapons factories, storage facilities, command centers and kitchens. These days the remaining tunnels have become a major tourist attraction giving visitors a unique experience along with a feel of what underground life was like during the Vietnam War. You are going to stay overnight in HCMC.

    Day 12: Ho Chi Minh City – Can Tho
    Meals: Breakfast/Accommodation: Hotel in Can Tho
    You will leave HCMC to lush My Tho where you will cruise on a private boat via the eco-friendly vegetation of the canals to an orchard, wherever you are treated to a delicious lunch in a nearby restaurant in the center of the Mekong, complete with exotic fruits. You will also visit the snake farm Dong Tam that breeds snakes for, among other conditions, snake wine, before proceeding to Vinh Trang Pagoda. You'll then head off to Can Tho City - the metropolis of probably the Southwest situated directly at the heart of the Mekong Delta, for an overnight stay.

    Day 13: Can Tho – Ho Chi Minh City
    Meals: Breakfast/Accommodation: Hotel in Ho Chi Minh City
    You wake up to the sounds of the Mekong River welcoming a new day and take boat trip to join in the sun soaked Cai Rang floating market, among the many bustling floating marketplaces in the Mekong Delta, with hundreds of little boats barging and jostling for space to market their goods which will certainly leave you in awe. After sampling local fruits, our guide will escort you back to the resort through myriad canals. You are going to have lunch at a nearby restaurant before going back to Ho Chi Minh City for an overnight stay.

    Day 14: Ho Chi Minh City – Departure
    Meals: Breakfast/Accommodation: NA
    There's no activity planned for today so you are free to enjoy your free time souvenir shopping until getting transferred to the airport for your onward flight. This is the conclusion of your holiday in Vietnam.

      • DepartureHanoi
      • IncludedHotel in twin/double sharing room basis with daily breakfastMeal as mentionedTransfer by air-conditioned private carEntrance fees, boat trips and excursionsExcellent English speaking guideDomestic flight
      • Not IncludedTravel InsuranceInternational air ticketsDrinks, Tipping, VisaPersonal expensesOthers not mentioned above[/size]
      Various popular travel magazines as well as media have brought the name Danang to the majority of the world with a lot of useful traveling information and tips. Hence, today we are going to save our words by recommending a five-star beachside resort upright harmoniously with the specific environment of the city 's Sơn Tr  Peninsula, InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort, a brainchild brought to your Vietnam honeymoon by the King of an exotic luxury resort, Bill Bensley.
      InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort (Source: Google)
      Bill Bensley – Father of the phenomenal InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort

      Bill Bensley, the King of exotic luxury resorts has brought to the high-class visitors of Danang a new fancy lodging icon, InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort. During the designation of his of InterConDanang, Bill previously admitted that an excellent architectural masterpiece must have lived with the best heart of nature and leaned on Mother Nature to shine. Up to today, InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort is now probably the finest testimony to the words of his.
      Bill Bensley architect (Source: Google)
      Unique architecture (Source: Google)
      A newer day, a greener day

      Bill once shared to his Vietnamese followers that this luxury resort on Sơn Tr  Peninsula provides him an utmost pleasant home-away-from-home feeling each time he comes back. What can make him flat more proud relating to this iconic artwork is each time he comes back, the place is endowed with better greenery.
      Ignite the woods (Source: Google)
      Indeed, bridging the floor of Sea on the floor of Heaven is a wooden curving stair giving out an imaginary look of a path leading to heaven inside a primitive forest. Bill Bensley had arrived at a final understanding with Sun Group Corporation, InterConDanang investor, that in the process throughout this stair, there is available no act of cutting down trees because of the making of passageways, yet just lies the fact that any roads have to be curved with a view to giving the first priority to nature. Such rule is preserved and respected at best, since the groundbreaking working day to the inauguration just for the welcome of APEC VIP buyers back in 2017.
      Facing the ocean (Source: Google)
      Right from the cork stair itself, InterCon guests would be ready to observe the far-off primitive forest, the renowned hills and the lengthy ivory-like seaside spooning the deep blue ocean. Everything is living in its very best vivid attractiveness as firstborn by Mother Nature.
      The best view ever (Source: Google)
      Each of the rentals within the campus was created skirting the form of the hills harmonizing with the greenish surrounding scenery. You can, at once, get to your deepest peace corner in heart upright over the balcony watching the enormous beauty of Sơn Tr  Peninsula, listen to the echoes of German's peacock pheasants, watch the small squirrels jumping here and there, and observe the rare species of Red-Shanked Douc Langur searching for young buds in the nearby tree canopies. A luxury Vietnam honeymoon in the middle of a specific primitive forest is what we're conveying to Danang pleasure travelers.
      At the balcony (Source: Google)
      In 2018, this "World's best luxury resort" InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort was repeatedly granted by the Pacific World Travel Awards a collection of five awards, one of that had been "The friendliest resort in Asia". As a result, there's no reason why this phenomenal upscale name slips out of the list of yours when having a luxury Vietnam tour to this component of the country.
      World’s Leading Luxury Resort (Source: Google)
      A prism to future

      This might not be a thing very common to you, but a resort owning a reputed zoologist is practically not a common thing to be witnessed in both Vietnam and the entire world. However, this is entirely correct with InterConDanang with James Morrison has become a private zoologist of the lodge.
      Living with nature (Source: Google)
      "There are just a few places that have a significantly different ecosystem in Vietnam as found in SơnTr  Peninsula", shared by James. "That is the explanation why preserving such specific nature area has become such an essential and crucial act".
      Magnificent nature (Source: Google)
      Accordingly, James is in control of exploring, advising and mentoring his gained acknowledgement about the crazy flora and fauna world around the campus of InterConDanang and the enclosing environment, to provide the best solution for decreasing the effect on the neighboring nature, by processing business tasks with the highest degree of responsibility.
      Red Shanked Douc Langur (Source: Google)
      "Together, we are all able to create sustainable development for not only the resort but also the entire ecosystem around. That's the vision for nature". Visitors selecting InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort would have an opportunity to possess a deeper insight into the animals performed by James Morrison and staff. Thus, in case a leisure holiday combined with a lesson intending Vietnam authentic and also special ecosystem is the thing that you're going to aim for, then there is no reason at all to ignore this stunning lodge when coming over Danang.

      Now, are you prepared to explore the best fabulous seaside city of Vietnam inside your Vietnam honeymoon? Remember to reserve your rooms at this great lodge weeks before your journey gets started!
      Inspirational Stories & Quotes / The Best Trips In Vietnam
      « Last post by hoangmao300 on January 03, 2019, 12:15:14 AM »
      I set myself challenging on a recent trip to Vietnam: go as far north as physically doable. This has taken me to Ha Giang province – pronounced Ha Giang – and that is gravely remote. Opened on a chart, it protrudes into China’s Yunnan province such as a nosy neighbour spying over the upper part of a gardening fence. It is the very least frequented of Vietnam’s provinces, having been the final to start to visitors. Discussed in several guidebooks as Vietnam’s last frontier of traveling, I just knew I’d to find out how much I can make it. This’s the journey of mine to the countryside Northern of Vietnam.

      I set myself challenging during a recently available trip to Vietnam: go as far north as physically possible. This is taking me to Ha Giang province - pronounced Ha Giang - and that's gravely remote. Opened on a chart, it protrudes into China's Yunnan province like a nosy neighbour spying over the upper part of a gardening fence. It is the very minimum frequented of Vietnam's provinces, having been the last to will visitors. Discussed in several guidebooks as Vietnam's last frontier of touring, I simply knew I'd to learn what amount I am able to make it. This is the trip of mine to the countryside Northern of Vietnam.

      Vietnam Railways guard / Father & Son – Quang Ngai railway station, Central Vietnam

      I go to Ha Giang by train, motorbike, and bus. For starters, I begin with the train to Hanoi. I see that taking the train offers an insight into a place ‘s culture and society, and also enables the opportunity to have interaction with individuals from various social backgrounds within the very first, third and second class carriages. Below, a father as well as son duo Sang, thirty one, and also Duc, five, were going north from Nha Trang wherein Sang functions like a chef, to his hometown Danang.

      Girl and grandmother – On board the train, Between the cities of Hue and Vinh

      To be risk-free, proud grandmother Anh usually pays added for’ soft-sleeper’ (first class) tickets when going with her granddaughter Thu. They had been all over their way to the town of Vinh to reunite Thu with her father and mother. We discussed a cabin for thirty six time, during that time Anh maintained a seemingly limitless source of small green citrus fruits coming the way of mine.

      Spirals of incense ash – Bach Ma temple, Hanoi

      Stopping in Hanoi to take in the capital’s environment, I discovered Bach Ma temple, Hanoi’s earliest, in the city ‘s old city. It is a lot an active site of worship instead of a tourist trap. Legend has it that the 11th century emperor Ly Thai In order to made a temple here in mind of a magnificent white horse that led him to this exact spot.

      Counting up the week’s donations – Bach Ma temple, Hanoi

      Women and males sit on the floor of Hanoi’s Bach Ma temple, chatting noisily, frantically counting enormous heaps of Vietnamese Dong and piling them into piles. It looks as a money laundering arena from a Hong Kong triad film. It might seem to be a great deal of cash, though probably the largest denomination bill in the photo is the 5000 dong note, well worth around twenty two cents or even fourteen pence.

      Rest stop en-route to Dong Van – Ha Giang province

      The city to strive for in Ha Giang province is Dong Van. For starters, I take a seven hour bus from Hanoi’s My Dinh bus station to Ha Giang city. From there I am going to hire a motorcycle or even carry a minibus to Dong Van. I have to be brave; the mountainous highways between Ha Giang community and Dong Van are as gorgeous as they’re terrifying.

      The view north from the Vietnamese ‘North Pole’ – Lung Cu, Ha Giang province

      At probably the northernmost idea of Vietnamese territory is a great flagpole, from the foundation of that you are able to explore China’s Yunnan Province (just past the very first hills). Yunnan and also Ha Giang share a lot more in common with one another than with the respective countries of theirs. They’re both populated by scores of distinctly various cultural minority hill tribes. One particular ethnic group will be the Hmong. They stay in Ha Giang and Yunnan, split by a militarised border, and also subdivided down into smaller communities with names like Green Hmong, White Hmong, Black Hmong, and – my personal favourite – the Flower Hmong.

      Hill tribe family and scenery – North of Dong Van, Ha Giang province

      People of a hill tribe family help make their way through an area of crops. Ha Giang is very poor in both its infrastructure and economy. The daily struggles of the individuals are growing corn and rice for their to, communities, and families sell at markets that are local. It exports scrumptious peaches, , and persimmons plums.

      Young child and grandfather at the local store – Dong Van town, Ha Giang province

      I have never made a lot of parents laugh but a lot of little kids rush into tears (sometimes at exactly the same time) as I did in Ha Giang. Many locals appear to have seldom seen a foreigner. The area is so that brand new to tourism therefore chronically under visited. Tourism in its fledgling phase started in the late 2000s. China invaded across the border into Ha Giang in 1979, so even though the majority of Vietnam was opening to tourist over the nineties, the federal government still deemed Ha Giang excessively sensitive and insanely huge of a threat, so kept it shut. As of 2015, everything is changing rapidly.

      Lone biker on the Ma Pi Leng Pass– Ha Giang province

      Slice into the mountainside very high above the River Gâm, a twenty two km road known as the Ma Pi Leng Pass links Dong Van on the city of Meo Vac. Let the title sink in. Ma Pi Leng. Allow it to join the thought list of roads you have to see in the lifetime of yours. It is amongst the most remarkable places for scenery within the whole of Vietnam. I hiked very gradually, digital camera in hand, and observed the sunshine come up here. I viewed the fog roll between the peaks, at times revealing these jagged giants, various other times masking all of them together in subtle levels of grey.

      Hmong hill tribe girls wander along Highway – Ma Pi Leng pass, Ha Giang province

      The twenty two km rise along the Ma Pi Leng pass is a photographer’s dream. A considerable proportion of individuals I asked to photograph quite happily agreed. The one thing folks wanted was seeing the picture of theirs on my LCD display, which I was much more than pleased to share. Earlier in 2015, the procedure for getting a limited area permit was made much easier. Today, simply arrive at Dong Van, register at a guesthouse, spend a nominal permit charge, allow the guesthouse staff members head to the authorities, and gather all the permit of yours the following day. This may not seem and so comfortable, though similar journey a season ago would’ve needed me to register in individual at a police station in Ha Giang community and hang on for my permit being processed.

      A mother bird protects her nest – Meo Vac, Ha Giang province

      There is far more on the animals in Ha Giang than courageous birds informing you to vacate the personal space of theirs. It is right here in this small, remote corner of Vietnam which over 50 % of the world ‘s extremely endangered Tonkin snub nosed monkeys live, and are rising in quantity. In addition to the leisure of restricted area permits, the key minister of Vietnam announced in August 2015 the north of Ha Giang province becomes the country ‘s newest protected place; Du Gia National Park.

      Hill tribe lady with dazzling dental work – Ma Pi Leng pass, Ha Giang province

      The beads of sweat on this particular female’s brow come from working the impossibly high terraced mountainsides which form the topography of Ha Giang. Ladies appear to be to blame for the plants while the male’s domain name is raising pigs, chickens and goats. For the time being, life is because it should have been for centuries. Increased tourism is a double edged sword: does enhanced infrastructure, new job choices along with a steadier flow of cash into the spot outweigh the danger of erosion of local society, increased pollution and prices? Only time will inform. Sapa, a hill tribe area on the west, was once as Ha Giang. When guests started pouring in, it after sleepy city as well as surrounding mountains went in the path of commercialism. The lifestyle of the hill tribes was watered down and standardised for visitors. With the new national park of its, I feel comfortable that Ha Giang can select a different path.

      Early morning on the Ma Pi Leng Pass – Ha Giang province

      This region took ahold of me, shook me awake, demanded the senses of mine, almost all of the attention of mine, and also made me simultaneously are eager to help keep it a key and inform everybody about it. I am hoping the establishment of a brand new national park is going to protect the ecosystem and lifestyle of the spot when travellers start arriving in much better numbers. In reality, traveling below jaded me somewhat for the trip back through the much much more touristed south, throughout that a solitary phrase repeated in the head of mine. It grew louder as well as louder as the distance enhanced. Take me to Ha Giang.


      By Ben McKechnie

      Edited by: Asiart Travels

      At Asiart Travels, we have always believed in the importance of travelling and its impacts. We consider it as a new “religion” that makes people’s life far better.
      Sheep / [Just for fun] The day my teacher stole my headphones
      « Last post by hoangmao300 on January 02, 2019, 01:35:27 AM »
      Just for fun

      During the sophomore year of mine of high school, we were doing silent work and the history teacher of mine stated that we could listen to music but in case it was too noisy he'd "break our headphones." so I am doing my work quietly with the music of mine on low, and this particular obnoxious boy or girl sitting next to me had his music really loud. I could hear it over the music of mine but dismissed it. My teacher believed it was me. So he comes up to me & ripped my Brand new Apple headphones, looking ruthless. He suddenly recognized it was the person next to me and he was wholly embarrassed. He came in the upcoming day with a new pair and an apology note taped to them. He couldn't search me in the eye for the rest of the season.
      Gamers / I swear to God he levitated
      « Last post by hoangmao300 on December 28, 2018, 05:02:25 AM »
      I have a friend who I've widely known since I was extremely small. 1 day, when he was six, I was at his house when he got it absolutely god awful stomach pain. I mean, he was virtually writhing in pain. And so, his mother took him to the doctor's office, where the physician took a single look and said to her to consider him to the ER. She feared anything along the lines of an intestinal rupture. About half way to the hospital, the friend of mine suddenly let rip the loudest, most potent fart any of us had ever heard. I swear to God he levitated. We believed the upholstery in the car seat had ripped. After a decent 30 seconds of intensive farting, he were at the mother of his and said, "I experience all better now!"
      Llamas and Alpacas / Best French Restaurant in Hanoi
      « Last post by hoangmao300 on September 19, 2018, 07:06:39 AM »
      MaisonVie is Best French Restaurant in Hanoi
      Inspired BY the neoclassical French design with carefully rhymed and balanced specifics, curved arches with light motifs, Maison Vie has an early look that creates a big open space which uses natural lighting. Long banquet tables are scrupulously decorated to the last information, reminiscent of the sumptuous banquets of the French nobility. Coming to Maison Vie, diners can choose from a set menu or an a la carte menu with a variety of really French dishes, cooked with fresh ingredients such as the luscious lobster caesar salad, smoked duck with vinegar sauce, soup bouillabaisse, pan fried duck foie gras with reddish fruit marinade, burgundy snails with garlic butter, shish kabob pork with fresh pepper sauce and grilled tomatoes... The meals are beautifully presented, as well as the service quality iS always highly appreciated.
      Bloggers / Re: Youtube channel
      « Last post by GoatTalker on August 01, 2018, 04:05:14 PM »
      Need a direct link, your link above sent me to a general page.
      Sheep / Re: Stiff Sheep
      « Last post by GoatTalker on August 01, 2018, 03:56:06 PM »
      Have you tried Bute? Its from the vet, worked on my goats, and with my horse.
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