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Athena Cruise Ha Long 5 stars

by admin @ Vietnam Vega Travel – Official Website

Day 1: HANOI- HALONG BAY- LAN HA BAY ON ATHENA CRUISE ( L/ D) 07:30– 08:20 Our tour guide and bus pick you up at your hotel in Hanoi old quarter. 08:30 Departure to Halong Bay for 3.5 Hours and on the way you can enjoy the landscape of the the Red River Delta country … Continue reading Athena Cruise Ha Long 5 stars

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Top 10 Vegan Eats in Sydney

by Vegan Food Quest @ Vegan Food Quest

Having explored South East Asia for nearly 20 years and lived here for 4 years we have a good understanding of vegan travel in this region. We are currently looking for new countries to visit and Australia is on that list for sure; therefore when Olivia from Great Lost asked could she write about her […]

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Vietnamese Love Formula

by Ola @ ola helps abroad

How do we choose our life partners? What is important to us? As I grow and change, my needs and wants within a partnership shift. When it comes to choosing a partner, each of us has different needs, which are based on our personal experiences and histories. In Canada, although our needs are different, our […]

About Halong Tours

by admin @ Best Tours in Vietnam

Located in Quang Ninh province, Vietnam. Administratively, the bay belongs to Hạ Long City, Cẩm Phả town, and part of Van Don district.

The bay has a 120 km long coastline and covers approximately 1,553 km² with about 2,000 limestone karsts islets in various sizes and shapes and most of them are limestone.

The area designated by UNESCO as the World Natural Heritage Site is the core of the bay. This area is about 334 km2 with a high density of 775 islets. All of those make Ha Long bay unique and fabulous... Detail>>

 

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Vegan Guide to Taipei

by Vegan Food Quest @ Vegan Food Quest

Our vegan guide to Taipei was easy to write as Taipei is heaven for vegans. In fact, we’d go as far to say that there are few cities in Asia where the vegan options are so plentiful, close to each other and downright good. If you haven’t been before, then stick it on your travel […]

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Re:Compra billetes avión

by @ Foro Vietnam

Buenos días Papiro!

Yo me paso todo el año buscando viajes a Vietnam, ya que es parte de mi trabajo, así que si quieres te puedo ayudar con eso y con otras cuestiones que necesites (gestión de trámites, visado, vuelos internos, rutas turísticas, conta...

About Sapa Tours

by admin @ Best Tours in Vietnam

There will always be places that get under your skin.  Places that you’ll remember and feel like some day you’d like to return. Sapa Valley is one of those places for me.

Sapa is a lovely hill station town in Northern Vietnam near the Chinese border. The region as also known as “the Tonkinese Alps” and it’s culturally rich with different hilltribe minorities, lush mountain ranges, rice fields and an overall, breathtaking views! Once there, you’ll easily understand what the hype is all about.

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About Ninh Binh tours

by admin @ Best Tours in Vietnam

Ninh Binh (pronounced Neeng Beeng) is the capital city of Ninh Binh Province in North Vietnam, famous for the nearby Karst scenery around the village of Tam Coc. There is nothing to do in Ninh Binh itself aside from drinking beer with the locals; the town is more useful as a base for the surrounding countryside.

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Vega Cruise 3 Days 2 Nights on Boat

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Hanoi - Halong Bay Tours - Kayaking Swimming - Two nights on Boat - Hanoi.The rate per person is : 230 USD.All inlcusive

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The Jahan

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Airport car service

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Pelican Cruise

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A Boy on the Mekong River

by Ola @ ola helps abroad

Today I set off for a two day slow boat trip down the Mekong River from Thailand to Laos. This incredible river spans more than 4000 kms long flowing throughout Thailand, China, Laos, Vietnam, Cambodia and Myanmar. The Mekong River is a lifeline providing water to many villages, towns and cities. . There I was […]

Boundary Waters Canoe Area: Paddling Into The Wild

by Matthew Karsten @ Expert Vagabond

If you're looking to get away, unwind, and reconnect with nature, you really can't beat a backcountry canoe trip into Minnesota's pristine Boundary Waters Canoe Area.

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Vegan Guide to Hanoi

by Vegan Food Quest @ Vegan Food Quest

Our Vegan Guide to Hanoi was put together during a trip to the Vietnamese capital in September 2017. Despite having spent many months in Vietnam over the last few years this was our first visit to Hanoi since 2010 and we were blown away by the amount of vegan options in town and the obvious […]

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Goodbye Vang Vieng, Hello Vientiane (next stop, Vietnam!)

by Jenny @ Our Travel Blog | Our Travel Blog

Without doing a discourtesy to the place, probably one of the best bits of our stay in Vientiane was the trip there from Vang Vieng. It’s all about the journey, so they say. Having previously experienced just how puke-inducing (and fear-instilling) the zigzagging and steep mountainous roads of Laos can …

Luang Prabang and onto Vang Vieng

by Nick @ Our Travel Blog | Our Travel Blog

The next part of this trip was basically a game of opposites. We first stayed at the old, cultural heart of Laos amid beautiful French colonial architecture and dined in delightfully French themed bistros. We then went to Vang Vieng which was once a haven for those seeking a debauched, …

Vegan Guide to the Maldives

by Vegan Food Quest @ Vegan Food Quest

Ah the Maldives! Possibly one of the most beautiful places on earth with crystal clear waters, wildlife, white sand beaches and sunsets to die for. Heading to the Maldives is often a trip of a lifetime, perhaps for your honeymoon or to celebrate something special, or maybe just for an indulgent trip to paradise. But no […]

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Exotic Vietnam & Myanmar – 14 Days

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In this 9 day trip you'll visit this Wonder of the World - Angkor Temples ...In this 9 day trip you'll visit this Wonder of the World - Angkor Temples ...

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How to Hire a Travel Agency in Hanoi, Vietnam

How to Hire a Travel Agency in Hanoi, Vietnam


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How to find a trustworthy travel agency in Hanoi, Vietnam. What to ask and what to expect. A list of travel agencies of some repute based in Hanoi.

Anyone Toured with Tom Gallegos?

by TDudette @ Fodor's Forum

In planning a Santa Fe NM trip in April 2018, I have reserved an Abiquiu tour with Mr. Gallegos. Have read a bit about him online but am wondering if...

Sapa Trekking Tour 2 days 1 night in Homestay – 110 USD

by admin @ Vietnam Vega Travel – Official Website

  Night 1: Hanoi – Night train to Lao Cai 21:00 pick you up at your hotel for a short transfer to Hanoi railways station. Overnight on train Day 1: Sapa – Sa Seng – Hang Da – Hau Thao – Giang Ta Chai (B,L,D)Hmong-Village   At 6.00, Driver pick you up at Lao Cai … Continue reading Sapa Trekking Tour 2 days 1 night in Homestay – 110 USD

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A Night on Halong Bay

by Ola @ ola helps abroad

When I booked my flight to Asia I really did not have an itinerary or anywhere I really wanted to go.My itinerary was everywhere. However, there was one place that I had on the agenda since the ticket was booked, Halong Bay in Vietnam. The past three days I have spent cruising Halong Bay and […]

#HottsinVietnam Days 2 & 3: Halong Bay!

#HottsinVietnam Days 2 & 3: Halong Bay!


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It's hard to pick just one favorite part of our trip, I suppose like picking a favorite child or type of cheese (impossible!) but if I had to make, say, a top five list, Halong Bay would surely secure a spot. It was, I think, what I had most been looking forward to and - despite a rocky (pun!) start

Vega Cruise 2 days 1 night

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Vega Cruise 2 days 1 night : 100 USD per person .It is operated by Vietnam Vega Travel.Email support 24h at : halongvegacruise@gmail.com

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Ha Long Bay with Vega Travel and Chook

by Nick @ Our Travel Blog | Our Travel Blog

Ha Long Bay is one of those places that appears on those lists; 10 most beautiful places in the world, 10 places you have to see before you die, 17 places that are awesome, etc etc. This is fair enough as the bay is incredibly beautiful, limestone karsts sticking straight …

Our vegan fine dining experience at the highest hotel in the world

by Vegan Food Quest @ Vegan Food Quest

Can we all just stop for a minute so we can talk about our vegan fine dining experience at the highest hotel in the world? You can probably tell it was exciting for us, right? Being anywhere that is the highest, tallest, biggest, hottest, smallest etc in the whole entire world always makes us a […]

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Road Trip Up North: The Bangui Windmills of Ilocos Norte

by Jeffer @ Jeffer's Odyssey

Hello, friends, how have you been? It’s been exactly a month since my last update. The holidays have also come and gone. Quite a number of things happened, which was partly to blame for my month-long hiatus from this blog. Let me just sum it up in 4 words: holidays, rest, RSI and laryngitis. BUT! It’s a new year, so... Read more »

odysSTAY: In Halong Bay… with Vega Travel

odysSTAY: In Halong Bay… with Vega Travel


Jeffer's Odyssey

If you’ve been reading my blog posts – sporadic though they are lately – you’d already know how I love the mountains. Or how I love to be on land, in general. Oh sure, I als…

VEGA has singed a Memorandum of Cooperation with Joint Stock Company “National Company” Astana EXPO-2017, Kazakhstan

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Arab News: http://www.arabnews.com/saudi-arabia/news/831266 Modern Traveler Services Co. Ltd. (VEGA) has signed a Memorandum of Cooperation with National Company- Astana EXPO-2017, Kazakhstan on 5th November 2015. The Ambassador of Embassy of the Republic of Kazakhstan in Riyadh his Excellency Bakyt Batyrshayev and Mr. Harris Moosa, Business Head, VEGA have signed the agreement in presence of Dr. […]

Vegan Guide to Cebu

by Vegan Food Quest @ Vegan Food Quest

Cebu is a province in the Philippines with 167 islands to explore, including Mactan (where the airport is) and Cebu Island where the bustling Cebu City can be found. Despite most people telling us that finding vegan food in Cebu would be difficult, we managed to survive and our vegan guide to Cebu will show you […]

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Halong Bay, la bahía de los sueños (Vietnam) | Periodistas Viajeros

Halong Bay, la bahía de los sueños (Vietnam) | Periodistas Viajeros


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Les contamos nuestros consejos para elegir el barco y excursión a Halong Bay, una de las Siete maravillas Naturales del Mundo.

The Good Soldier: Mikal Vega - Los Angeles Magazine

The Good Soldier: Mikal Vega - Los Angeles Magazine


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With the VA under fire, one wounded warrior turns to the healing arts in his recovery

Sapa 3 days 2 nights (Hotel + Homestay) – 155 USD

by admin @ Vietnam Vega Travel – Official Website

Night 1 :  20h30 our tour guide will transfer you to Hanoi station for the train to Lao Cai Inclusive services:Tour guide, transfer and train ticket (Class: 4 soft berths in a cabin with A/C) Day 01: Sa Pa Trekking to 4 villages – Ylinh Ho – Lao Chai – Ta Van – Giang Ta … Continue reading Sapa 3 days 2 nights (Hotel + Homestay) – 155 USD

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25 essential tips for travel to and in Hanoi

by admin @ Best Tours in Vietnam

Ditch the guidebooks and grab your passport. Here’s all you need to know for a trip to Hanoi, so what’re you waiting for?

1. Visa -- You can pre-arrange a visa on arrival online but you run the risk of waiting up to 90 minutes in Hanoi airport while the visa officers decide whose turn it is to do some work. Better to get it sorted before you leave, through your local embassy or travel agent.

2. Flights -- Don’t book your flights too soon, but don’t leave it too late either. Airlines tend to jack their prices up six months before the travel date, slowly bring them down until two to three weeks before travel, then start to raise them again. Read more

 

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Good guided walking tours in San Miguel Allende, Guanajuato and queretaro

by Rosalind7 @ Fodor's Forum

Anyone have any good recommendations of guided walking tours in any of these 3 areas in Mexico? Let me know Thanks Roz

Picture of the Week: Lofoten Islands, Norway

Picture of the Week: Lofoten Islands, Norway

by Andy @ Andy's Travel Blog

I went to Norway. Read this article because it is the first picture I'm sharing from my trip!

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Vietnam: Hanoi + Sapa + Halong Bay

Vietnam: Hanoi + Sapa + Halong Bay


A MONTRA / THE WINDOW

Click here for the previous post on this series. Hanoi Even though Bangkok was a great intro for Asia, nothing could have prepared us for Hanoi, the energic and modern capital of Vietnam. The most …

Jayavarman

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Vegan Green Curry Recipe

by Vegan Food Quest @ Vegan Food Quest

Every time we go to Thailand we make it our mission to eat as much Gaeng Kiew Wan Pak as we can (that’s vegetable green curry if you hadn’t already guessed). It’s a habit we’ve been developing for nearly 20 years of travel to the land of smiles but we can never quite get enough […]

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Re:Compra billetes avión

by @ Foro Vietnam

Gracias Ernesto.
Vale, quiero hacer mitad norte de Vietnam y un poco de Laos, asi mi idea es hacer Madrid-Hanoi, Danang-Luan Praban, Vientiane-Madrid.
A la espera, te saludo atentamente.

Top Videos

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Enjoy and have a great experience watching these travel video, until you get there to capture your own memories. … Vietnam has rapidly become one of the world’s must-see destinations.

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VEGA is now opened in TUNISIA

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VEGA is now opened in TUNISIA . Please call us at +216 71 862 302 or write to us at vegaTUN@vega4visa.com for more details.

Siem Reap Vegan Villa

by Vegan Food Quest @ Vegan Food Quest

Back in January 2014, we gave up our lives in the UK and set off on an indefinite vegan travel adventure which without a doubt, turned out to be awesome. We visited multiple countries in Asia and then seemed to get happily stuck in Cambodia, where we set up Siem Reap Vegan Villa. We love to […]

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Islas de Gigantes: The Old Lighthouse

by Jeffer @ Jeffer's Odyssey

If we’re talking about islands, then lighthouses are bound to be an unavoidable fixture. And the Islas de Gigantes is no exception. Considering how islands of varying sizes are grouped together in one place, there is bound to be at least one. In this case, it is the Old Lighthouse. Las Islas Travel & Tours booked our accommodations at Rejohn’s... Read more »

2018 Tour Announcement: Travel With Me To Kamchatka, Russia!

by Matthew Karsten @ Expert Vagabond

You guys have been asking to travel with me for years, now I'm finally going to make it happen! Join me this spring for my first adventure travel & photography tour to Kamchatka.

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Halong bay – Cat Ba island 3D/2N

Halong bay – Cat Ba island 3D/2N


Best Tours in Vietnam

Tour Code: V-HLCB3D/2NPrice From: Duration: 3 days/2nightsItineraries: Hanoi-Halong-Catba-HanoiVehicles: Full transportation...  Detail >>

Halong Bay, Vietnam: Throwback Trip Report, Part IV | Andy's Travel Blog

Halong Bay, Vietnam: Throwback Trip Report, Part IV | Andy's Travel Blog


Andy's Travel Blog

Well, like I mentioned in the video (what do you think of the video by the way?  I know the production value is crap, working on it), After a couple of days in Hanoi I made my way to Halong Bay.  Halong Bay is simply one of the most incredible places on earth.  It features over 2000 limestone karsts that dot the entire bay.  There’s obviously a big tourism draw to it, but even more incredible is the life it supports.  There are fishing villages and towns that exist entirely on the water, to the degree that some say people are born, raised, and die in the villages without ever touching solid land!  I read that on the internet so it has to be true. Scooters Scooters.  They’re everywhere in Vietnam.  The Top Gear lads posit that it’s because cars have massive import taxes on them which keep them out of affordability for all but the rich.  So you end up with millions of scooters.  It’s really hard to put into words how many there are, they’re everywhere, driving every direction, and somehow everyone makes sense of it.  The scooter functions as their daily driver, their family vehicle, a construction truck, the lot.  It’s amazing how much use they squeeze out of a two-wheeled vehicle, but once you see a family of three plus their pet poodle all managing along on a scooter, you begin to understand it.  It’s just their normal. Crossing the street is another matter completely, at least... read more

Iloilo: Garin Farm aka “Stairway to Heaven”

by Jeffer @ Jeffer's Odyssey

Weeks before our scheduled trip to Iloilo City, we were looking for the places to visit while there, and many searches resulted to “Stairway to Heaven” mentions. Curiosity got the best of us, so on one free morning, we decided to include it in our day tour itinerary. The Stairway to Heaven is actually found at the Garin Farm, just... Read more »

Guide to Halong Bay Cruises in Vietnam Plus Our Cruise with The Au Co - Independent Travel Cats

Guide to Halong Bay Cruises in Vietnam Plus Our Cruise with The Au Co - Independent Travel Cats


Independent Travel Cats

Halong Bay is considered one of the most beautiful natural landscapes in Vietnam, and a Halong Bay cruise is a must-do on many travelers' lists. Imagine an emerald bay peppered with about 2,000 tiny vegetation-topped islands which feature numerous caves, lagoons, coves, and coral reefs. This breathtaking UNESCO heritage site has recently received the honor of being named one of the New Seven Natural Wonders of the world and is not surprisingly one of the most popular attractions in Vietnam. Most visitors need little convincing to visit, but the array of cruise options can be daunting as hundreds of boats ply across the waters of Halong Bay each day. Cruises range widely in price and companies offer a variety of cruise lengths, itineraries, amenities, and activities. We'll share our tips on how to choose a Halong Bay cruise, answer common questions about Halong Bay cruises, and review our own recent Halong Bay cruise with The Au Co.

5 Vintage Hotels Where Downtown’s Lurid Past Comes to Life

by Gwynedd Stuart @ Los Angeles Magazine

A quick walking tour with lots of spooky stories

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Good afternoon Vietnam, The Hanoi edition

by Nick @ Our Travel Blog | Our Travel Blog

  After two weeks in hot and steamy Laos we were on our way back to Vietnam after two months away. This was the first time since January that we entered a country without needing to buy a new Visa so that was nice. We left Vientiane with the sky …

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This Snowy Getaway Is the Antidote to an Extra-Warm January

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

The site of the ultimate Olympic qualifier is your perfect winter weekend

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Guimaras: The Smallest Plaza & The Holy Family Hills

by Jeffer @ Jeffer's Odyssey

It feels like ages since I last posted, when it was actually just less than a week ago. But I’ve been away traipsing in the mountains and exploring caverns up north, and what could have been a better excuse, right? But I’m picking things up with this post, which will cover when we went on that day trip to the... Read more »

Hanoi Attractions

by admin @ Best Tours in Vietnam

HANOI BEST BUY AND RECOMMENDATIONS Kinds Of Attractions Name Of Attractions Address Antique Furniture & Home Decor 54 Tradition 30 Hang Bun Lacasa 10 Yen The       Art Gallery (Along Trang Tien...

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Road Trip Up North: Kapurpurawan Rock Formations in Burgos, Ilocos Norte

by Jeffer @ Jeffer's Odyssey

Next week is like a line-up of Christmas parties, luncheons and dinners – quite a long one that, for some, can be quite suffocating and burdensome. In fact, these festive gatherings kinda started for me during the last week of December. I think that explains why, only halfway through the Christmas month, I already feel Christmaxed out. XDD But hey,... Read more »

25 essential tips for travel to and in Hanoi

by admin @ Best Tours in Vietnam

Ditch the guidebooks and grab your passport. Here’s all you need to know for a trip to Hanoi, so what’re you waiting for?

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Halong Violet

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Long Strange Trip Afterparty with Steve Kimock & Friends feat Bobby Vega, Pete Sears, Lebo, John Kimock, Leslie Mendelson & special guests - Tickets - Sweetwater Music Hall - Mill Valley, CA - May 14th, 2017

Long Strange Trip Afterparty with Steve Kimock & Friends feat Bobby Vega, Pete Sears, Lebo, John Kimock, Leslie Mendelson & special guests - Tickets - Sweetwater Music Hall - Mill Valley, CA - May 14th, 2017


Sweet Water Music Hall

A master of improvisation for over four decades, Steve Kimock has been inspiring music fans with his transcendent guitar speak, voiced through electric, acoustic, lap and pedal steel guitars. While on

VEGA will now represent Embassy of Vietnam in UAE

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VEGA will now represent Embassy of The socialist Republic of Vietnam in UAE. It will Facilitate the following: -   Tourist visa facilitation across UAE through its centers in  Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah and Fujairah  and Oman as well. -   In co-operation with tourist companies for organizing package tours both in Vietnam & UAE. - […]

3. Sapa – Touched Enough Trekking (2 days/3 nights – Homestay)

by admin @ Best Tours in Vietnam

Tour Code: V-SP2D-HO
Price From: 90 usd by Train/65 usd by Sleeping bus
Duration:
 2 days/3 nights
Itineraries: Hanoi-Sapa-Hanoi 
Vehicles: Tourist train/Sleeping bus... Detail>>

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Halong Vega Cruise

by admin @ Vietnam Vega Travel – Official Website

Departure: Daily from Hanoi
Boarding at: Bai Tu Long Bay
Cruise Rate: Start from $120

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CroisiEurope Introduces Extended Loire Itinerary

by Britton Frost @ River Cruise Advisor

CroisiEurope is introducing a brand new extended Loire River itinerary for 2018: Chateaux of the Loire Valley. This new 7-day cruise program features their Loire cruise combined with a trip to the Châteaux of the Loire Valley and an overnight stay in Paris. Prices for this 7-day program start at $2,417 per person with multiple departures dates […]

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La Trinidad Eats: Kafe Gipas

by Jeffer @ Jeffer's Odyssey

Wow. It’s been quite a while since my last post. November was pretty packed, you see. First, there was the Bontoc-Sagada trip, followed by an annual convention at PICC, with days of work in between. And, afterwards, “mouse finger” happened. Seriously, though, I’d pick sore muscles and even aching legs over the pain on my right index finger ANY DANG... Read more »

Flying Over The Grand Canyon In A Helicopter From Vegas

by Matthew Karsten @ Expert Vagabond

The helicopter's rotor fired up, whirring above our heads. Our pilot took the controls and we suddenly began to hover off the ground, rising into the sky above Las Vegas.

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Thank you everyone (and goodbye Vietnam)

by Nick @ Our Travel Blog | Our Travel Blog

We are sitting in Kuala Lumpur airport waiting for our flight to Kathmandu and it is starting to dawn on us that we are actually going to have to walk 280km at altitude up and down some pretty massive mountains. Thankfully though our legs have been strengthened by all our …

ATTESTATION SERVICES AT VEGA UAE

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VEGA helps you to get the certificate attestation easily without any difficulties and worries with our dedicated professional team members. We are happy to share you that VEGA providing this attestation services at affordable cost for more than 30 countries over the world including the premium service for INDIA, UK, USA and AUSTRALIA. For more […]

STC Group Signs up VEGA for Visa Concierge Services

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Saudi Telecom Co. signed an agreement with VEGA Modern Traveler Services Company, for providing visa concierge services to STC and all the group’s companies.  http://www.arabnews.com/news/815621 VEGA has already started its implant center and started serving customers within the STC facility at Mursalat, Riyadh.    

Vega Food Quest & Vegan MoFo #17 - Vegan in Vietnam

Vega Food Quest & Vegan MoFo #17 - Vegan in Vietnam


Vegan Food Quest

Being vegan in Vietnam was easy, we ate so much fantastic vegan food during the month and much of it was down to the lovely & friendly local people we met.

A week up high: To Everest Base Camp

by admin @ Our Travel Blog | Our Travel Blog

Jenny: Day 10: Namche Bazaar (3445m) to Debuche(3800m). I still can’t quite believe it, but today we were finally successful and caught our first view of Everest! We had set off early from Namche in a bid to catch the elusive sight whilst the clouds were still at bay, and …

The Au Co

by admin @ Vietnam Vega Travel – Official Website

Departure: Daily from Hanoi
Boarding at: Halong Bay
Cruise Rate: Start from $315

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Road Trip Up North: Calle Crisologo in Vigan, Ilocos Sur

by Jeffer @ Jeffer's Odyssey

Vigan has always been one of those places that spring up to mind when talking about road trips up north. Probably the other equally favored one is a road trip to Sagada. But I digress. My co-workers and I took advantage of a long weekend to go on this road trip to Ilocos, just to take a break from the... Read more »

One Month Itinerary from Mexico City to Cozumel - Your Input, Please!

by aisakow1 @ Fodor's Forum

Hi guys, My job has brought me to Leon, Mexicom and I�ve decided to take advantage of the fact that I am here already to do a month-long trip to...

Re:Delta del Mekong - Chau Doc - Phnom Phen - Siem Reap

by @ Foro Vietnam

Hola foreros:
Estaba pensando realizar el delta del mekong desde Phom Pen hasta Siem Reap solo. No sé si merece la pena. Mi diseño de viaje no incluye sur de vietnam pero no sé si el delta del mekong es algo que no me debo perder.
Saludos

New VEGA center in Bahrain inaugurated by Mr. Najeb Yacob Alhamer

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New VEGA center in Bahrain inaugurated by Mr. Najeb Yacob Alhamer on 13th May 2015. Contact details below: BAHRAIN: VEGA Modern Business Solutions W.L.L Flat#62, 18TH Floor, Diplomatic Commercial Tower, Diplomatic Area, Manama, Bahrain. Off: +973 17213084 Email: vegabah@vega4visa.com

VEGA is now in partnership with Embassy of Turkey in Riyadh and Consulate of Turkey in Jeddah

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VEGA now accepts visa Applications for Turkey from all VEGA locations in KSA. VEGA is in partnership with Embassy of Turkey in Riyadh and Consulate of Turkey in Jeddah to provide Turkey visa application services in KSA.

VEGA is now opened in EGYPT

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VEGA is now opened in EGYPT . Please call us at +20237612233  or write to us at vegaEGY@vega4visa.com for more details.

Halong Bay Tour & Hanoi Accomodation | Vietnam travel forum

Halong Bay Tour & Hanoi Accomodation | Vietnam travel forum


Travelfish

Hi all, I'll be arriving in Hanoi with 5 other friends on 24th June and we will be staying for a... : Travelfish Vietnam travel forum

15 Common Travel Scams (And How To Avoid Them)

15 Common Travel Scams (And How To Avoid Them)


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Shady people love to take advantage of unsuspecting tourists. It’s easy to become a victim. These are the most common travel scams around the world.

Comentario en Itinerario por los Balcanes: las 6 repúblicas de la ex Yugoslavia por Carola

by Carola @ Comentarios para Periodistas Viajeros

Daniela, como estas! En tres semanas la ruta de los Balcanes, mas Viena, Budapest y Sofía es un poco exigente el itinerario. Vas a correr bastante. De marzo a junio es la mejor temporada para recorrer toda esta parte de Europa (primavera). No hace tanto frío como en enero y febrero, y todavía no llegó la temporada alta del verano. En primavera hay menos gente, el clima está bueno y los precios son más baratos en alojamiento, tours y demás. Abrazo

Hotel La Vega - Capri

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Hotel La Vega: an oasis of tranquillity just steps away from the vibrant center of Capri.

#HottSabbatical

by Liz Scott @ Hott Sauce!

August has arrived, as she always does, somehow both long awaited and utterly out of nowhere. In spite of the heat and the mosquitoes, the smell of steaming garbage lingering over the city, August is always my favorite month. I like the long days and dramatic sunsets - and the dramatic thunderstorms, too, even when they wake me up at 6 AM like they did today. 

August is when we were married and, thanks to Brian's teaching schedule, when we're both able to sneak away on vacation, so to me, the month always feels like romance and grand adventures.  

And August 2017 is shaping up to be a highlight on both fronts - in addition to celebrating our third wedding anniversary on the 16th, I'm celebrating my tenth (10th) (!) work anniversary with my company which is absolutely mindboggling considering I'm pretty sure I just graduated college like, last week. I so vividly remember my first day, I was 22, fresh out of college and living with a friend's parents in a suburb just north of the city. I was so worried about being late, that I took a 7 AM train just in case, and ended up with an hour to kill before I was due at HR. It was pouring rain (just like today!) and muggy as all get-out, and I whiled away the hour at a Starbucks next to the office, ticking through the final countdown until my Real Adult Life began. As soon as I heard I got the job, my mom and I raced to The Limited to revamp my wardrobe with outfits we imagined a Big City Publishing Gal might wear and so on day one I was sporting this chic camel pencil skirt, a short-sleeved black sweater, and pointy toed black pumps because hello, 2007. I would quickly learn that publishing dress code was far less glam than what the television would imply and that may well have been both the first and last time I rocked that pencil skirt. My mom insisted that I wear pantyhose despite the heat and the fact that it was, again, the year 2007 not 1957, because a lady simply can not walk into a professional office with bare legs. I thought it overkill, but wore them anyway. Even 100 miles away on the cusp of my own adult life, I listen to my mother. By the time I got into the city they were soaked through from the rain and the humidity and all of my anxious sweating, so I took them off in the ladies room at the Starbucks and threw them in the trash and now every time I go into that Starbucks, which is often, it's still there, I think of stuffing my stockings in the garbage and it makes me laugh. And they've kept me on for a full decade, so I guess bare legs probably isn't such a drastic offense.

But we should all still listen to our mothers! 

I have one million more thoughts on this milestone in my life, which perhaps I'll share with you someday - I have been writing quite a bit this summer, though I haven't felt ready to post any of it quite yet...asking the age-old proverbial question: if a blogger writes but doesn't share it, does her keyboard make a clicking sound? 

But all of those thoughts will have to wait until at least September, because this girl is going off the grid! 

My company has incredible HR benefits, for which I am deeply grateful, not least of which being their milestone sabbatical program. After ten years on the payroll, all employees are granted a four-week sabbatical in addition to their existing vacation days. It's such a gift and has always felt like this mythical unicorn on the horizon drawing closer year by year and suddenly it's here, it's here, it's HERE.

At 9:05 PM this evening I jet off for a month of adventure!

First, three weeks in the Pacific Northwest with Bri-guy, visiting Seattle, Olympic National Park, Vancouver, and San Juan Island where we will hike, kayak, eat seafood, drink microbrews, and perchance even...relax?! We're pretty skeptical, too, but stranger things have happened!

Then, B flies home for the start of the fall semester (sucka), and I fly to Salt Lake City where I'm meeting up with one of my best best besties smack dab in the middle of a sabbatical trip she is taking from her own (different) company. From SLC we'll truck down for a few days in the Grand Canyon, where we'll be camping (yikes) and then so long as we are not eaten by bears or murdered by serial killers (two things that definitely happen when sleeping in a tent), we venture up to Zion National Park. At Zion we're staying in a "Ranch Resort" which has different lodging options, including tents and cabins and a few cabins kitsched out to look like covered wagons and we are staying in one of the wagons and I just feel like my whole life has been working towards this moment. I don't know if I've ever conveyed this via the blog, but in my youth I was V into the pioneer lifestyle - I dressed as Laura Ingalls Wilder for at least one Halloween, spent hours playing Oregon Trail, owned many books about the Donner Party - and sleeping in a covered wagon is pretty much a dream come true for me. 

And now it's happening!

I have been looking forward to this trip for so long, now that it's here I want time to slow to an absolute crawl. I want this August to last forever.

I'm going to attempt to learn to unplug a pinch - I removed Outlook from my phone, I'm deleting Facebook, Twitter, and unsubscribing from all of my newsletters, which asks another age-old proverbial question: if Trump tweets and you ignore it because you're too busy frolicking in a Northwestern rain forest to care...is he still president?

Let's just say no. I'm taking a sabbatical from work and reality.

I won't be going fully off the grid, however, and will continue posting to Instagram, because I enjoy having a place to collect photographic memories and, let's be real, need those likes to survive. @LizHo914, #hottsabbatical. See you there!

Ok, I must hurry off to finish packing and get my nails done because nothing says "outdoorsy" quite like a fresh pedicure. 

I hope you have some August adventures up your sleeves, too. Happy summer!

Xoxo, 

Liz Hott, former high-stress NYC literary publicist, future laid-back Pacific coast oyster farmer 

Road Trip Up North: Bantay Abot Cave of Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte (feat. Patapat Viaduct)

by Jeffer @ Jeffer's Odyssey

There are a lot of places I consider to be special to me, and for various reasons. The best restaurant you’ve dined at. The coffee shop with the coziest interior and the best brew. Or it could be special because of the “first” factor. The first country visited. The first mountain climbed. The first island “hopped” on. The first amusement... Read more »

Chefs Nancy Silverton and Matt Molina Are Opening a Roman Pizza Spot in Highland Park

by Maddie Crichton @ Los Angeles Magazine

At Triple Beam, former Mozza colleagues pair up for casual pizza and panini

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Vegan Guide to Kampot

by Vegan Food Quest @ Vegan Food Quest

If you’re heading to Cambodia then Kampot should definitely be on your list of places to visit. This sleepy riverside town has a great relaxed vibe, some excellent coffee shops, some of the world’s best pepper and a good number of places to eat vegan food. Here’s our Vegan Guide to Kampot to help you […]

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VEGA Center in Chennai, India Inaugurated on 19th May 2015

by VegaServAdmin @ Vega-Applying for VISA

First VEGA center in India was inaugurated today (19th May 2015)in Chennai. The Modern Traveller Solutions (P) Ltd A-9, Ground floor, First Main Road, Ambattur Industrial Estate, Chennai 600 058 Ph.: +91 44 42088603 Mob: +91 7358396603 Email: liptonJ@vega4visa.com      

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Anyone Toured with Tom Gallegos?

by TDudette @ Fodor's Forum

In planning a Santa Fe NM trip in April 2018, I have reserved an Abiquiu tour with Mr. Gallegos. Have read a bit about him online but am wondering if...

Get Toasty With a Tour of Local Breweries

by Los Angeles Magazine @ Los Angeles Magazine

Let the experts guide you through the best of the craft-beer scene

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Que tours hacer desde Dubrovnik, Croacia

by Carola @ Periodistas Viajeros

Game of Thrones Dubrovnik Tour: Muy recomendable tour por todos los lugares en donde se filmaron escenas de la serie Game of Thrones. Tanto dentro como fuera de la ciudad Amurallada de Dubrovnik. Robert el guía es amable, divertido y conoce perfectamente todas los secretos del tour. Además lleva consigo las fotografías ampliadas con las […]

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Vegan Food Quest in Vegan Life Magazine

by Vegan Food Quest @ Vegan Food Quest

Did you know that as well as writing our blog and vegan travel guides, we also write a regular vegan travel feature in the leading vegan lifestyle magazine in the UK and USA? Since late 2015 we’ve been writing about our vegan travels in Vegan Life Magazine which also happens to be our favourite vegan magazine, ever. […]

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One Month Itinerary from Mexico City to Cozumel - Your Input, Please!

by aisakow1 @ Fodor's Forum

Hi guys, My job has brought me to Leon, Mexicom and I�ve decided to take advantage of the fact that I am here already to do a month-long trip to...

Good guided walking tours in San Miguel Allende, Guanajuato and queretaro

by Rosalind7 @ Fodor's Forum

Anyone have any good recommendations of guided walking tours in any of these 3 areas in Mexico? Let me know Thanks Roz

Vega Cruise 3 days (1 night on boat + 1 night Cat Ba Island)

by admin @ Halong Vega Cruise

Destination: Hanoi - Halong Bay Tours - Hanoi (package tours 2 days 1 night on 4-star cruise) = 25% OFF for booking now with us.

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Insider Guide: Best of Vietnam

by admin @ Best Tours in Vietnam

(CNN) Whatever the movies or guidebooks have taught you about Vietnam, forget it. The country is shedding its old look, disrobing itself of the heavy cloak of history to become a pulsating, spirited destination able not...

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