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We are a couple who love travelling and who would like to share our experiences with others/Nous sommes un couple qui aimons voyager et nous souhaitons faire part de nos experiences.

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World trip de Sarah et Nico

We made this blog in order to share the experiences we may come to encounter in the next year, as we travel through five different countries. We hope to add tips for travelling and many photos, so that anyone and everyone may fully share our adventure. Ce blog a pour but de faire part de nos expériences de terrain. En effet pendant un an nous allons traverser cinq pays. Nous espérons y ajouter les bons et mauvais plans, ainsi qu’un max de photos pour vous faire vivre pleinement notre aventure.
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Depuis : 30/01/2011
Categorie : Tourisme, Lieux et Événements

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Sapa

Sapa

26 th of September 2011 We had driven all through the night, when we came to a stop on a big parking lot. Many people got off and we thought it would be a good chance to finally stretch our legs, so we descended into the very cold, early morning. After quite some time standing around, we thought we would just go and make the most of the now empty s
Dien Bien Phu to Laos

Dien Bien Phu to Laos

28th – 29th of September 2011 It was still dark outside when we got up at 5am to catch our bus. However compared to the evening time, the locals were in full swing. The little food shops were all open, the owners bustling about serving people coffee and tea…etc. We waited for quite some time outside the minivan, getting slightly worried as no o

Hanoi

24th of September 2011 We arrived in Hanoi in good timing and were picked up from the bus station by a taxi, which would take us to the hotel we had decided to reserve last minute with a man in Hue, who gave us the hotels flyer and took our names. This turned out to be extremely practical as the bus station was actually pretty far away from the old
Vang Vieng

Vang Vieng

2nd of October 2011 A day before my birthday, we bought our tickets for Vang Vieng in a minivan for 115.000kip each and headed off to see what tubing and the other wonders of Vang Vieng were all about. We left Luang Prabang at 10.000am to arrive at Vang Vieng by 2pm. That afternoon, after settling down in a hotel just off the main street, we decide

Thank you

To end this chapter of our travels around Asia, we would like to say a special thank you to the family who helped turn our horrifying experience in Bangkok, into as stress-free and as good a time as it was. We couldn’t have dreamed of more, so thank you. (Also, one last thing, we both felt that the services provided by the hospital in Bangkok wer

Sapa to Dien Bien Phu

28 th of September We had bought our minivan ticket the night before leaving from Sapa early morning to Dien Bien Phu (for $12). And so come 7am we were bumping along the twisting roads up in the hills, in a ridiculously old van along with several other tourists, which would just be the beginning of an adventurous trip to Laos. Now as much as we ha
Luang Prabang

Luang Prabang

30th of September 2011 We woke up to realise we still had no idea where we were. We quickly dressed and went down stairs, where embarrassingly we asked the guy at the front desk where we were. He confirmed we were in Luang Prabang and then asked if we wanted to stay another night. We kindly refused and headed off into the heat with our backpacks to
Back to Bangkok

Back to Bangkok

11 th of October 2011 It was a miserable rainy day on the Island and it was already time to leave. We had our tickets for Bangkok, as we were flying out from there only a few days later and wanted to get there with time to spare. Little did we know, it was a good thing we did. We piled into the little motor boat once again; still not convinced the
4000 Islands

4000 Islands

4 th - 6 th of October 2011 We spent one last day relaxing in Vang Vieng, before booking our long journey to the 4000 islands. To get there we needed to go from Vang Vieng to Vientiane and from there to Pakse. We left on the 5 th of October and arrived on the 6 th . The journey was long but perfect, as our bus was amazingly comfortable. Well the se
Hue

Hue

22nd of September 2011 The morning bus to Hue was practically empty so we were able to take up several bunks at the back of the bus and sleep like babies the whole way. It wasn’t terribly far however as come around 10am, we were being dropped off in front of a travel agency. We weren’t sure whether to stay one night there or to take a bus strai