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Trip Report Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos - Extended Trip Report Five Weeks

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We are a couple in our fifties, well travelled in the Carribean, Central America and Europe. We decided to take a five week adventure and chose Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos. We ended in Hong Kong for 3 days to ease our re-entry. We are not backpackers and chose 3-4 start hotels. We used a great Hanoi based travel agency (Tonkin Travel) and we were very satisfied with their service. We were also grateful to those on Fodor who shared their experiences, which made our trip planning easier. Overall the trip was quite reasonably priced; and yet we had private drivers and guides throughout our stay and NEVER travelled with any groups.

Please see our extensive blog at: http://monicaandjoesworldtravels.blogspot.com

(Be sure to click on "older posts" at the bottom of each page to see all the pictures and narratives). We welcome enquires.

This was a fabulous trip filled with food and cultural experiences.

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