We travelled the length of Vietnam over land taking night buses and trains, we travelled to Hue, not the most exciting place. A few temples and the gate pictured.
After a day we left for Hoi An, it's a lovelly little village very quaint and picturesque. This is the place you want to get clothing made to order from tailors, it is really cheap and done quickly. We all made sure we got our orders in and were measured up on the first day for outfits. Not loads to do her though and weonly spent a couple of days before me moved on.
Next stop was Nha trang on the night train, this is a seaside resort. This was the first beach resort we had visited, so were loving it here. There is a THeme park and Waterpark called Vin Pearl, well worth a visit for the waterpark and the tropical beach attached. Very differet from the wavy Nha Trang beach. The night life was better here than previous destinations, but it was quite touristy here and lots of holiday makers.
Then off to Ho Chi Min City (Siagon). Darren's mate owns a hotel here and he insisted we stay. I would highly reccomend i peace hotel to anyone staying in the City. It is a new hotel with really nice rooms and bang in the middle of the city. While here we visited the war museum, not for the faint hearted. I didn't like it at all. We went on a Meong Delt trip, which is so beautiful. The Cu Chi tunnels are also a must while visiting. Finding out how these people lived and used the tunnels during the war is amazing. It is unbelievable how small the tunnels are that they travelled through. They are really scary to go in just for a few minutes.