Travel Guides

  • What thing you should bring ?

    Top ten travel items you will want to bring along on your trip to Vietnam, for both safety and comfort. Carry-on bag. One piece of luggage with all your essentials. Remember it must comply with both Asia and US overhead baggage regulations (no larger than 14" x 9" x 22"). Keep you “airplane survival supplies” in it.

  • Before Travel to Vietnam

    A professional photographer offers advice on traveling and photography in Vietnam, plus detailed suggestions for photographing the Vietnamese people and Vietnamese markets , Vietnamese architecture, and Vietnam's landscapes. Vietnam is a country full of photographic opportunities.

  • Taking Great Pictures in Vietnam ?

    A professional photographer offers advice on traveling and photography in Vietnam, plus detailed suggestions for photographing the Vietnamese people and Vietnamese markets , Vietnamese architecture, and Vietnam's landscapes. Vietnam is a country full of photographic opportunities...

  • Should You Bring a Camcorder on Your Adoption Journey?

    The pros and cons of using a camcorder to record your international adoption. Capturing your international adoption journey with a camcorder - absolute requirement, fun addition or inconvenient distraction? There are many benefits to videotaping your adoption journey – for yourself, your children and for your family...

  • Gifts to Bring Home from Vietnam

    One of the things that was the most overwhelming for me about Vietnam was the amount of things for sale there. There aren't many different ways for people to make their living, so there are many, many stores everywhere you go. At first, the number of stores, and the amount of goods for sale made it ...

  • Traveling with Children to Vietnam

    We brought our then seven year old twin daughters along on our trip last fall to adopt our two baby boys. It was the trip of a lifetime, and even though we couldn't afford it (and are still paying for it!) it was the best decision ever for our family. We felt that since the girls had only shared us with each other for many years ...

  • Advice on Visiting Orphanages in Vietnam

    According to clinical child psychologist Dr. Rebecca Nelson, birth country visits are essential as they are considered to be "prime opportunities for adoptees to learn about themselves and further a positive adoptive identity within a guided and emotionally supportive context." ...

  • Traveling Alone to Vietnam

    Considering traveling alone? Is your spouse going to stay with your other children to lessen the emotional toll? Are your trying to save money? Are you a single parent who just doesn't know the "right" person to be your travel partner? Did your travel date come MUCH sooner than anticipated? ...

  • Vietnamese Gestures and Politeness

    Visitors to Vietnam will be interested in this guide to gestures and polite behavior when talking to Vietnamese people. The chart below lists nonverbal behaviors and their meanings in Vietnamese culture. Like other Asian societies, Vietnam is classified as a "high-context society."...

  • Women Traveling to Vietnam

    I have never felt that my gender has been particularly relevant in Asia. I am usually treated with courtesy and, as far as work is concerned, I have never been ignored or had any problems getting to see the people I need to. In fact, being a woman can actually be a benefit on occasion since we are sometimes perceived ...

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Dear Mr. Thang, Happy New Year!! We have now returned back to Australia and the chores of work! – We have very pleasant memories of the sights, sounds, food and people of Vietnam….. We shall treasure for a lifetime I would like to take this opportunity on behalf of our
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12-11-2012