You know when you stay inside your house it's such a familiar and well known environment. It's cozy, filled with your things, stuff that has memory and nostalgia to them and of course you know where things are 90% of the time. When you step outside the house then the rules change. You open yourself up to a whole lot of unpredictability. You don't know who you will meet, what will happen or even if you will be safe. This kind of sums up traveling for me. It's easy to stay in the environments that we view as safe and comfortable but getting outside opens us up to fluidity of life, those serendipitous moments, the currents and the eddies that force you to go with the flow. It's one of the many things I love about travel, it's like pressing the forward button to life, it's like putting your hand up and saying "hey I'm ready for an adventure" ✨🙋🏼♂️✨ When we do that, when we make the space, the Universe never disappoints. Thanks so much to @mikokocove for creating the amazing space and to @jasper.horsey for one of life's beautiful random encounters. Such blessings. #wazzasworld#wander#wanderlust#travel#travelgram#adundance#blessings#manifest#loa#magic#magicmaker#dronestagram#dji#funzi funziisland #creative#love#light#mikokocove#amazing#vlog#instavlog#daily#dailypractice
The famous Monte Carlo Casino...and all of its luxurious automobiles. We opted for drinks at the Cafe du Paris just across the street so we could just take it all in- the drivers, the winners, the losers...It was actually pretty easy to tell who was who!
Cua Dai is one of just five Vietnamese UNESCO World Heritage Sites offering an unrivalled seaside escape from the ancient streets of Hoi An. This 3km stretch of fine white powdery sands positioned just north-east of Hoi An make Cua Dai Beach the perfect place to easily find your own patch of paradise. The water is very clear with tropically blue waves that are gentle enough for swimming and floating around. There are even changing huts on the beach along with a few bungalows here and there.
There are also plenty of great seafood restaurants located around the coast so its worth staying for dinner and enjoying fresh dishes served up from the vendors lining the beachfront. Cua Dai is another great reason to visit Hoi An where you can soak up all the celebrated cultural and historical sites then head up to the beach and experience what is often claimed to be Vietnam's most stunning coastal shore. Crystal blue seas and deserted white sands like this are hard to find anywhere else in Vietnam.
Photo courtesy of @traveleatsaigon