New website at Bridge the Travel Gap

New website at Bridge the Travel Gap

Hello Everyone,

Since we returned to England we made a decision to develop a travel website. We have now got the new website working at where we give advice and tips on how to live your travel dreams.

I hope you will sign up to our new website. IWhen you sign up to our new site you get a free Travel Jump Start kit.

Vietnam – A Land of Many Faces (Top Tips)

Vietnam – A Land of Many Faces (Top Tips)

Originally posted on 52 Weeks:

Vietnam Hanoi, Vietnam – pineapple seller

Vietnam is a land of many faces and places.  I say this because it was a huge surprise to me how big it was and how much it changed over our month of travel there.

Our itinerary was as follows:

Hanoi – Halong Bay – Hanoi – Hue – Da Nang – Hoi An – Nha Trang – Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon)

Now you can do this route, like us, from North to South or from South to North.

The first thing that hit me in Hanoi was the incredible movement of this city – we stayed in the old quarter and just dealing with the ‘how to cross the street’ was a steep learning curve. The traffic and, especially, all the scooters is a bit daunting at first, but there is a method to the madness. I liked to time my crossing of…

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Old Tucson where the old west comes alive and Sabino Canyon

Originally posted on A Kiwi living in Brighton:

Old Tucson

Our next stop was near Tucson where we spent a few days visiting Old Tucson and hiking at Sabino Canyon. I really like Westerns so Old Tucson was for me like being a small kid in a candy shop. It was like stepping back in time to the wild west but without the dirt, smells and danger of being shot. I grew up watching Westerns and one of my favourites was the High Chaparral and it was great to wander the set. All day there are activities with actors playing gunfighter’s, saloon girl dancing and singing, stagecoach rides, silly rides in gas operated cars or just wandering around the town and the old sets of movies and tv series. We had a great day out at Old Tucson. It cost $17 each and it was money well spent. At the beginning of the day you get a piece…

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