Posts Tagged: Vietnam
Halong Bay was something else. I spent the following day in Hanoi still swaying to my inner lilt. Like Angkor Wat, I will write about it properly later. Today is our last day. The weather turned just as we drove
The thing about being away is, it makes you want to be home. Yesterday I had this niggling sense of something, something being amiss. Perhaps it was because my headache was back with a raging vengeance. Perhaps it was because
The sea is near, you can feel it. Tomorrow we head to the beach. Hoi An has a wonderful vibe to it. Chilled. Held back. Languid. At ease. We’re at the pool side just now. Above me is a blanket
Time. How do we do that to ourselves? Fill up time in every which way we can, stuff it and roll it and fry it and serve it. Rich and dense – packed to the brim, no room for wiggle.
How could I not write? Happy St Patrick’s Day from Ho Chi Minh City! 🍀 I have a friend from Australia who moved to Belfast when we were kids and moved back after a few years. She used to be