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Share the love[English – Tiếng Việt] Ecuador offers visa exemption for most countries, including Vietnam, up to 90 days. Ecuadorean official currency is US dollar, like Panama. My visit was in late October – early November 2014. The country isn’t big but has such diverse biogeography, divided into four main regions: La Costa (the coast), La Sierra (the

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Share the love[Luôn có tiếng Việt] I’m not a fan of height. My heart speeds up and dizziness kicks in when I have to look down from an elevation. So the first time I heard about skydiving, I thought, who would be crazy enough to pay money to put her life at risk? What if

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Share the love♥Wikipedia có khá đầy đủ các thông tin thị thực / hộ chiếu về những nước miễn visa / cấp visa tại sân bay cho hộ chiếu phổ thông Việt Nam. Đây là mình tự tìm hiểu trên mạng nhé, không đảm bảo đúng 100%. Các bạn chịu khó nghiên cứu và liên hệ

Why Vietnam?

Friday, 02 September 2016 by
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Share the love[Tiếng Việt bên dưới] Helping to connect EU businesses to Vietnam for a living, I frequently get asked, “Why Vietnam?”, “What makes your country different?” or “Why not other Southeast Asian countries?”. If you ask an average person, you might hear repeatedly the same old complaints about Vietnam: traffic, pollution, bureaucracy, corruption, etc. and

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Share the love[Có tiếng Việt bên dưới] I went to Hong Kong for the Harvard Project for Asian and International Relations but I still got to tour the city a bit. Although not exactly amongst the cheapest destinations in Asia for backpackers, Hong Kong is relatively safe and fun. Food is delicious, transportation is convenient

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Share the love[Luôn có song ngữ Anh – Việt] What are some perks of living in California? Hollywood? San Francisco? Disneyland? The beach? Those are great but the highlights of my time here were the stunning national parks that I got to visit with some of my favorite Californians. Your National Park complete guide https://www.nps.gov/. ♥Ở California có gì

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Share the loveI didn’t keep a journal when I spent three days in November 2014 here so I’ll let the photos speak. There was A LOT of hiking but because you’d be surrounded by breath-taking scenery so it was all worth it. Recommended time: at least 3 days. →My complete & comprehensive Peru itinerary ♥

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Share the love[Kéo xuống để đọc tiếng Việt] The Machu Picchu is absolutely magical and I can understand why it’s ranked first on many wish-lists. However, my personal experience in Huaraz and Chachapoyas would arguable top the iconic Inca ruin of Peru. Although getting in and out Chachapoyas was quite a challenge with heavy rain and

Nepal: Peace At Heart

Monday, 08 August 2016 by
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Share the love[Kéo xuống để đọc tiếng Việt] You did what in Nepal? Not visiting the famous Pokhara, not trekking the Himalayas, I signed up for a yoga retreat and had an absolutely amazing time. *This post is dedicated to the wonderful people I’ve met during my one short week here: Bhaktar & Ramita Maharjan, grandpa,

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Share the love[Kéo xuống để đọc tiếng Việt] Ihad the privilege to be one of the 500 delegates participating in the Harvard Project for Asians & International Relations (HPAIR) 2013 in Dubai, UAE and meet some of the most brilliant young minds. About HPAIR: is student-run organization of the Harvard University Faculty of Arts and Sciences.

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Share the loveA day has never flown by so fast spending with this cheeky Mexicana – Miss Lisa Marie, who traveled 12 hours out of her way to our epic reunion in Luxembourg!!! (I had just spent one week in Stuttgart on a business trip). We walked, ran, chased busses, climbed hills, attempted to take

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Share the love[Kéo xuống để đọc tiếng Việt] In brief, get out of the airport! Heading to Kathmandu, Nepal, I had a 21-hour layover in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia which might seem a bit too long but it turned out to be the best transit EVER. My Singapore evil twin Afifah and her sister (Nas) happened to be

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