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Vietnam Travel Plans

8 Jun

Our big Vietnam trip is finally on the near horizon. We’re booking flights this week and I’m beginning to plan – for real, not just daydreaming – our activities and adventures for the two weeks we’ll spend in my husband’s home country later this fall. Unfortunately it won’t be the big family homecoming trip as we originally thought, but his parents are definitely going and we’ll get to meet some family who is still there. My husband’s family is from Cần Thơ, which has been translated as River of Poems, is a bustling city on the Mekong Delta known for the floating markets. We’ll spend a couple of days there, at least, visiting with family and exploring the floating markets – very excited about that.

I’d love to hear from some of you as to what we absolutely must do and see. Any tips about making a structured plan or just winging it once we’re there? We’ll have a few days at the beginning with his family to work things out, as well. We’re definitely going to make a stop in Nha Trang with his parents and relatives from Cần Thơ. Otherwise, I’d love to visit Hue and Hoi An. It may be too much for our time in country, but it would be fantastic to fly up to Hanoi and explore Halong Bay at the end. If we can swing it, we’ll depart from the North rather than coming back to Saigon. I want to see ALL of the places! Help me choose!

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