New answers tagged

0

First thing is to check to make sure your phone will work overseas. The USA uses different frequencies for voice calls than Asia, but the phones they market as "tri-band", "quad-band" or "international" will work outside the states. Many of the newer smart phones and phablets already cover the full spectrum, but check to be sure. Then pick up a pre-paid ...


3

There seem to be luggage lockers at the Hanoi train station. The web has some traces on the topic, inlcuding this Tripadvisor thread which quotes directions and costs (updated in 2013): Hi, there are luggage lockers available at hanoi train station, i used them today -12hrs for about $2. The are located at the far end of the booking office and fit ...


4

As per hippietrail's comment: No I stayed there for almost one month and never found something. It's pretty labyrinthine though, so I could've still missed it. So we can presume a free outdoor gym is either non-existent or extremely hard to find. However there's a very cheap spa with a gym called "Gym Spa Rosy Da Lat". As per Tripadvisor reviews, the ...


1

I ended up taking the QL12 national road followed by the QL4D national road as researched before. I was hoping to do that journey by bus by putting the motorbike in the bus (yes they do it usually!) & get some rest in the bus. But they did not want to do it, so had to ride again & for a tougher ride this time. The road was really bad. It was very ...


1

I ended up taking the QL6 national road followed by the Quốc lộ 279 national road. It took around 5h in total. Other resources I bumped into a Spanish blog having an article about the Son La to Dien Bien Phu route. The nice part is, they shared the GPS tracking for the journey at the bottom of the article. You can also directly find this "Son La to Dien ...


1

Here is my input after doing it myself. It's completely doable, the ride is just fine. It takes a total of around 5h: about 4h ride, plus 1h for stops on the way (going to toilet & taking pics). I took the QL6 national road.


2

The whois of vietem-ca: http://whois.domaintools.com/vietem-ca.com The whois of vietnamembassy-canada.ca: http://whois.domaintools.com/vietnamembassy-canada.ca They both say Wilbroad as the street, have the same postal code and are both in Ottawa. One possibility: the embassy website was hosted by one of their tech guys and then when he left and another ...


0

This is the link of the Vietnamite Embassy in Canada


-2

Then I suggest you to ask to the embassy anyway , for example for an italian ( and then I suppose about the EU. passport holders ) for a travel of maximum 15 day until jun 2016 you do not reuire any visa . I copy you all the information about your trip in Vietnam : TIMATIC-3 / 10JAN16 / 2145 UTC NATIONAL CZECH REP. (CZ) /EMBARKATION CZECH REP. (CZ) ...



Top 50 recent answers are included