After living in Vietnam for 18 months I’ve gathered a wealth of knowledge about the country. So if you’re looking for travel advice, top tips, things to see and do when you travel Vietnam, I’ve got you covered.
“As a woman we never love our body for what it is.” Those are the words of South African artist, Sian Amber Fletcher, who’s inspiring self-love through her powerful illustrations of the naked female body.
With friends I visited the small city of Ninh Binh in the north of Vietnam. Watch to see beautiful green landscapes and rice paddies, the Tam Coc river, Trang An and the Lying Dragon Mountain.
When I first began travelling one of the questions I used to get asked by my friends and family back in England was, “How do you make friends while travelling on my own?”
If you’ve never travelled solo, you might be thinking it must get very lonely and boring because you’re by yourself nearly all of the time. In fairness, it can get lonely, but the actual being ‘alone’ part couldn’t be further from the truth.
I’ve been living and working in Vietnam (on and off) for just over a year now and I’ve got to say, I do really like my job. I’m working as an ESL, (English as a Second Language) teacher. But in this lovely industry a darkness hovers over it. Colourism.
I’m back and ready to start creating more content than ever before. I’ve had a few things going on and I’ve been a little bit all over the place. Check out what’s new in my life.
I completed the Hanoi Half Marathon. It was the third 21km race I’ve taken part in and I beat my PB! Here’s 21 thoughts that ran through my head as I chased that 21km goal.
Watch the video below to see what me and my best friend got up to when we visited the green …
For the next part of Munji’s Vietnam adventure we headed to the green mountains of northwestern Vietnam, Sapa. The town overlooks terraced rice fields of the Muong Hoa Valley.
Watch the video below to see what me and my best friend got up to when we visited Hoi An.