Phu Quoc is the biggest island in Vietnam. I have visited the island two times and it’s always nice to me. Thanks to the fact that it’s close to the equator, I can enjoy the warm weather almost every day if I live here.Continue reading “Phu Quoc”
It has been one year since the day I visited Poland. Poland is not a strange name with people in my country. I am not sure if this is good or bad. However, my country and Poland used to have a strong tie, at least in terms of ideology, before USSR was collapsed. Many people from my country are still living here, and even some of them have made a big fortune.Continue reading “Poland – One Year Ago”
Last week, I decided to spend my vacation in Phong Nha and explore some caves in the Tu Lan system. This trip had not been in my plan until my another oversea plan was failed due to the visa reason. It turned out an amazing trip and I am super happy with the fact that I missed the visa and spent time for this trip. You never know when a bad luck becomes a great joy then.
From Lyon, I got up early, moved to the train station, and started moving to Paris. I was lucky when selecting this early train. The scene outside was amazing, which was a mix of sunrise, fog, and green lawn. I even thought “Wow, I could not believe I can see this with my real eyes”. That was definitely a great start for an attractive capital.
Leaving Antibes, I was on the train heading to Lyon. It was too cold in the early morning. The railway is close to the Mediterranean Sea. The scene through the train window was amazing. By that time, I wished I would have a car and drive on the road, and feel the sea.
Lyon greeted me with the sunshine but it was cold too. The temperature was even lower than the frozen threshold.
Continue reading “A Look Back: Lovely Lyon”
Nha Trang is always my favorite city. I have not lived in this city yet but I visit this city very often. Well, that has been “every year” since the first time I visited it. I love its weather, food, people, and scuba diving.
Let’s see what I have done in the recent days: eating a lot of seafood, going to the sea for a couple of scuba dives, jogging around the city, meeting local friends, and giving a talk in the local WordPress meetup.
After spending some days at WC Kathmandu, I was going to EBC – Everest Base Camp. EBC is really like “been there done that” without much to see. But the whole journey to it was a unique experience.
I could see the landscape changing from green (a lot of trees), to grey (small trees), to white (mix of ice and stone).
I could feel the less-oxygen air and overcome it.
I could know that the 5-star price and non-star service can go together.
I could have 24 hours without any internet at all (no way to get it).
I could fail when something was too hard for me.
I could face many types of things in almost the same time: cold, sunny, dusty, windy, and snowy.
I could (a lot of verbs here).
I was assigned to work in the recent weekend. Instead of working from home, I decided to do something different: both work and rest.
I went to a homestay in Ninh Binh, Vietnam. It’s very close to Hang Mua, Trang An, and Tam Coc Bich Dong. The homestay is located in a very very charming place: over a small lake and surrounded by some mountains.
A side note: Ninh Binh is one of the places in Kong: Skull Island.