"Blurred Vision" - The midday madness of HCM City. Fast paced, chaotic, but somehow beautiful.
"Rainboat" - I love when mother nature shows off.
"Passing Over" - HCM City's road is full of motorbikes, it's hard to believe moments of emptiness like this exist.
"Shelled Shore" - Mui Ne's lookout point is a beautiful place to spend your afternoon and is popular amongst both tourists and locals.
"Softer Than Clouds" - The sand below rolls smoothy underneath a perfect Vietnamese day.
"Wind Lines" - It's hard to believe that these sand dues lie no more than 5kms from the beach. When we arrived, we grabbed an ATV and started to explore under the harsh sun.
"Dotted Sea" - Mui Ne's water is filled with these small circle boat used by fishermen, this one, has pulled up on the shore ready to call it a day.
"Cabbage Express" - A typical sight all over Vietnam, motorbikes packed with anything and everything.
"Side Of The Road" - This waterfall, along with many others, is literally on the side of one of the most beautiful roads we have road on joining Da Lat to Nah Trang.
"Song" - This young girl, Song, has the most beautiful heart. Here she is seen paying with our iPhone, she is definitely the boss of the local children.
"The Mechanic" - We spent many hours sitting at this Mechanics trying to organise our motorbike, this man, was our life saver, and tried everything he could to understand our requests through Google Translate.
"Valley Of Falls" - The ride between Da Lat and Nha Trang is an amazing journey where you pass countless waterfalls and amazing valley views below, with the best found at a lookout, as seen here.
"Coastal Wash" - Nestled on the Southern end of a small fishing village in Vietnam, Bai Xep is a true paradise of golden sand, palm trees and green hills.
"The Shop" - We stopped here for a drink on a 300km ride day. This mother brought her son over to translate so she could ask us as many questions as possible. A common question as a couple in SE Asia is "Do you have children"?
"Fishing Break" - Two friends enjoy a rest between trips out to fish for lobsters in Bai Xep.
"Incoming Port" - Fishing boats lined up, moored at Da Nang face another storm of many that the wet season throws at them.
"Field Worker" - A common sight on the Vietnamese Highway is an Ox grazing the day away.
"Misty Mountains" - 3 women walk the tired track to work in the fields under the days fog.
"Smiling Break" - Our guide Phong takes a well deserved break after leading us over a 23km trek high in the mountains of Northern Vietnam
"On Top Of The World" - Our guide sits high on top of the rice paddies which make up his world.
"Water Walkway" - A fisherman strolls the pebbled walkway of one of Ba Be's lakes in the late afternoon.
"Smoked Harvest" - Signalling the end of another harvest, the leftover grass from harvested rice is burned to be used as next year's fertiliser.
"Countries Collide" - Situated on the border of Vietnam and China, Ban Gioc waterfall is the divider of these two nations.
"Crashing Down" - This view awaits you if you are willing to make the climb up the slippery, muddy jungle path on the Vietnamese side of Ban Gioc waterfall.
"Floating On Crystal" - The water of the Quay Son River that separates China from Vietnam is some of the most beautiful I have ever seen. Scattered along this river are the bamboo rafts locals use to cross from one side to the other.
"Straight Drop" - The smaller of the two waterfalls at Ban Gioc, this waterfall still has immense power, you can get so close that the icy water drops cover your face.
"Turquoise Dropoff" - As I stand on the Vietnam side of Ban Gioc waterfall, looking over at China I think it is safe to say this is one of the most beautiful borders in the world.
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