Mui Ne

We spend the next days in Mui Ne with Paul. On a day that just so happens to be Valentine’s Day, we treat ourselves to a steak dinner. I know, we’re adorable. But we’re also tough, don’t you forget it. Over the next few days we splurge on a few more dinners out and fallContinue reading “Mui Ne”

The 11 Hour Day

Nhon Hai turns out to be another easy place to get stuck, and though we are very tempted to stay, we force ourselves to move on. Chuck, the incredibly hospitable manager of our hostel, has recommended Doc Let as our next stop, so that is exactly where we go. On February 11th we ride theContinue reading “The 11 Hour Day”

Nhon Hai

We spend one night in Kon Tum and on February 9th we head back towards the coast as planned. 189 kilometers from Kon Tum to Qui Nhơn, and my first experience on a DT road. So far, I have spent all of my time on QL roads. These are the national highways and are alwaysContinue reading “Nhon Hai”

Kon Tum

After several lazy days at the coast, Michael and I decide that it really is time to go. At this point I have been in Hoi An for two weeks in total and I am itching for another ride. A few fellow travelers tell us about some beautiful roads that they covered on their motorbikesContinue reading “Kon Tum”

The Seaside Bungalow

The Seaside Bungalow is something uniquely special. When Michael arrives on February 3rd we expect to spend one night – maybe two – there before moving on. Just enough to experience TET. And yet with each passing day, as Vy’s warm hospitality envelops us and we grow closer to the other guests staying there, weContinue reading “The Seaside Bungalow”