I roamed back and forth along streets designated as the French Quarter.
A French tourist staying at my homestay advised I look out for buildings with columns. Most of them were a bit of a disappointment, but at least one stood out as stylish. Continue reading Puducherry’s French Quarter
Hanoi had several lakes. Hoan Kiem Lake was the closest to where I stayed in the Old Quarter. Rising from one end was a stone structure, turtle tower, while up the other end was Ngoc Son Temple. Continue reading A Hanoi lake
On Tran Hung Dao, the Dalat Cadasa Resort was made up of six houses once occupied by the French colonialists. The properties were turned into tourist accommodation and the best part was that it was possible to wander through each house and view some of the rooms without being a guest of the resort. Continue reading Dalat’s best kept secret
If you’re an Art Deco admirer and in Dalat, don’t bother heading to the railway station unless you want to be disappointed. Continue reading A Little Art Deco