Here we are, these are the famous Vietnamese sand dunes and I have to admit that they are really impressive! I think that the huge storm on the background gives a dramatic feeling to the picture.
PS: Second time I get totally soaked after a shot... 📌 Sand dunes, Mui Ne, Vietnam
my next blog is live 👆🏼reliving our time in Vietnam 🇻🇳 and sharing with you all my favourite towns/cities in this great country.
Check out my Vietnam Hitlist by clicking the link in my bio - Hoi An came out on top for me (pictured). Hope you all agree!? ✨#beautifuldestinations
Se c'è una cosa che più di altre c'ha rapito il cuore durante il nostro viaggio in #Vietnam , è #Sapa .
I suoi verdi accesi, le terrazze di riso, le vallate, i villaggi di minoranze etniche e i bambini che ci correvano incontro.
Siamo rimasti qui per due giorni, facendo trekking per oltre 25 km completamente immersi in questi paesaggi.
Sapa è completamente un'altro mondo 🌏🌾
During our trip in Vietnam we felt in love with Sapa. More than any other place there. It was love at first sight!t
With its vivid green, rice fields, valleys, ethnic villages and all those children.
We walked more than 25 km in two days in these stunning landscapes.
Sapa it's a complete different world🌏🌾
Don’t let anyone tell you that it’s a bad thing to feel things deeply. A full heart is a strong heart and being soft doesn’t make you weak. Being soft and loving makes you radiant. You deserve all of the love in the world and so many good things.
Fine Arts Museum of Ho Chi Minh City.
This grand lady is crying for a little restorative love, but what a beauty she is with her sweeping verandahs, lofty ceilings and romantic staircases. Built in the late 1920s the butter yellow building melds French colonial and Chinese elements to create an Art Deco building with local influences.
The staircase pictured is in the Ancient Contemporary Arts building located within the same precinct, unfortunately there is not much information about the building... does anyone know a little history of the building????