There’s a reason people come to Ha Long Bay. It’s absolutely stunning. Islands of lush green mountains ascend out of the water as far as the eye-can-see. Close your eyes and imagine what it would have been to be the first people to have sailed into this bay. It’s magical and filled with wonder.Read more
It’s already nine p.m. but the nightlife in Hanoi begins as soon as the sun goes down. After joining a slow but steady flow of pedestrians pushing through the crowded sidewalks, we give in to one of the Vietnamese women’s persistent efforts and sit down on her low plastic chairs sprawling into the street. Before we even have time to take in the glaring lights, constant honking, and shouting from one side of the street to the other, two sweating dark-glass bottles appear on the tiny table in front of us.
There’s a reason they call this Hanoi’s beer corner.Read more
Apart from trying (and mostly failing) to direct young Chinese children in thrown-together plays and an unexpected viewing of NT Live’s King Lear at the movie theatre, we’ve been pretty removed from taking in one of our favourite art forms for the past 8 months. With our crazy schedules and lack of local Dalian theatre knowledge, we couldn’t make anything work for a night out at the theatre.Read More