Venturing Vietnam – Nha Trang

Reise / October 2, 2015

Nha Trang, a city with the most observed cultural mix. But I love it! It will make you believe it is the Russian capital of Vietnam dipped in Greek deliciousness. Talking about Greek food… Omg! I think this might be my new favourite cuisine, thanks to MIX restaurant. Make sure you do go and eat your brain out here. The food is with no doubt exceptional, but what makes this place a world class restaurant is the owner’s ability to make you feel like a million dollars. The staff will ensure 100% customer service and a bit more. Words cannot describe my satisfaction with this place. Pure perfection, and no, I am not paid to say this. Make sure to book in advance as people will queue up for hours to get a bite of this tasty greekeliciousness.

In order for us to get space for more food we had to burn some off. So we decided to sign up for a flying yoga class. Yes, flying yoga. I don’t think I have ever sweat so much my whole life, and that is coming from a ex-freestyle dancer! We made the class laugh their ass off because of our amateur like ‘performance’. I wanted to throw up, and at one point I think Toby actually fainted, but hey, we survived.

After a rather exhausting exercise session we decided to let the Mud Bath work it’s magic on our bodies. What can I say?… If you are in Nha Trang, you gotta try the mud baths. Admit it, you have never seen anything sexier!?

As happy as a pig in mud 🐷🐷 #mudbath #nhatrang #vietnam #travelfemme #travelinsta #wanderlust #mud #lovebirds

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What better way to end an already divine stay than with stormy cocktails on the rooftop of one of the highest buildings here. The true beauty of this city really came alive during the night.

This has definitely been one of my shiniest highlights of our trip, so far. I can’t wait to show you more from my Vietnam ventures.


Best Regards

Quote Of The Day:
“Man cannot discover new oceans unless he has the courage to lose sight of the shore.”
― André Gide

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