Today it was again so hot. I was dying to get only a drizzle of the flood that came within minutes over us last week. The beginning of the summer season I’ve been told, once every year. In my street all houses except for the one I stayed at the water swamped all ground floors hip high. Everyone took it so easy and just tried to keep the swimming trash out of their hallway. Business went just a few hours later back to normal as nothing had ever happened. Everybody happy! So glad I could witness this real moment.
Southeast Asia is perfect for solo travelers. It’s super cheap, and you’re bound to meet other travelers, so you’re never really solo if you don’t want to be.
Though SEA is very solo-friendly, in general, I found that restaurants were not so much. So many times I had to sit at a table in the back near the kitchen, because the other tables were reserved for 2+ people 😒. Luckily Cargo Club Cafe, in #HoiAn, allowed me to sit wherever I wanted, which is probably why I ate breakfast here every morning, with these incredible views for people watching. Also, they had the best hot coco ever! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
What are some things you’ve run into as a solo traveler? #worldofawanderer
🇻🇳 I was lucky to run into a British man who is leaving for his trekking and said I can ask his tour guide for more details. I ended up tagging along the group. Paid $5 with lunch and transportation included! Walked on the mountain trail to see the rice fields, bamboo forest and a waterfall.
Returned to homestay to fly my drone. When I did my last flight a stupid accident occurred and the drone was in the muddy rice fields for 5 minutes. Thanks to the app so I can locate my drone. I was also lucky because I got all the videos and pictures before the accident!