Well, better to give an update on Vietnam as I am leaving for Laos in a few hours. I crossed over the border in the south of Vietnam and have since made my way north.
In Saigon I went to see the Cu Chi tunnels, which were used in the Vietnam war. And what better place to shoot some guns.
The beach in Nha Trang was next up. Snorkeling boat trip was a clear winner there. Check out the lunch that was included on the boat!
My favorite place in Vietnam was next. Hoi An is a very cool town with a good atmosphere.
The town is known for its tailors so I used the opportunity to get some clothes made.
After that I moved on to Hue. My hotel had a rooftop pool that made the stay there quite relaxing.
Halong Bay was the next place and I took a boat ride there as well as a kayaking tour. Beautiful place and not quite as touristy as I though.
Hanoi was the last stop. It is loud and crowded and traffic here is quite different. If you want to cross the street you just have to start walking and the cars and scooters will swerve around you. Sounds easy doesn't it.
Now it is time for a new stamp!
Last day in Cambodia. The days here have been pretty action packed. It all started with on of the most anticipated stop on the entire trip, Angkor Wat. It lived up to its reputation, extremely impressive.
As well as going to Angkor Wat I also visited other temples, including the one made famous by Hollywood and afterward most commonly referred to as the Tomb Raider temple. Amazing seeing how the trees have taken over the temple.
But Siem Reap wasn't just a one hit wonder. It had another ace up it's sleeve, Quad Biking. Really exciting racing around the Cambodian countryside.
And then finishing the day by getting a picture on a buffalo.
After Siem Reap I made my way over to the capital of Cambodia where the Killing Fields and the S21 prison camp was my next necessary stop to really get to know Cambodia. Would not say it was an enjoyable visit but it definitely leaves its mark.
Last stop in Cambodia was Sihanoukville to do some snorkeling and relaxing on the beach.
Next time you'll hear from I'll be in Vietnam!!
One word for Thailand...HOT. First stop was Krabi and obviously when here, one has to visit some beaches.
And enjoy the sunset.
I also went rock climing on Railay island. A must do when visiting Krabi.
After Krabi I went to Bangkok and it surprised me. Far more interesting than I thought. Highlights include a canal boat ride, visiting a gigantic buddab statue and doing the Flight of the Gibbon, a zip lining course through the jungle.
This morning I got to add a new country to the list by crossing over to Cambodia. Will be posting again when I have done anything interesting.