Last week, we took a break from our project in Da Nang and visited Hue. After hours on a cramped bus journey with many more people than seats and a lack of aircon, we reach this beautiful Central Vietnamese city. Despite being unable to feel my legs for the final 30 mins of the journey, the trip was definitely worth it! Continue reading “Hue Photo Diary”
It’s now been a week since I set off on my journey from the London to Danang. The atmosphere in this Vietnamese tropical beach city is buzzing; the people are friendly, the food (seafood particularly) is some of the best I’ve ever tasted, and the beaches are mesmerising!
All the AIESEC interns have arrived and we’ve started planning for our ASEAN 2015 project which officially opens in a week’s time. My adventure with AIESEC so far has been really eye-opening; we have students from Indonesia to Mexico working on the project and everyone is very open-minded, engaged and interested. We even had a discussion on gay marriage at one of our team bonding sessions and the voice of the room (from a wide variety religious and cultural backgrounds) was that “love is love” which was really heartwarming to see.
Below are some of the photos from my first week here…Continue reading “A week in Danang…”
As I’m preparing for my summer trip to Vietnam (and procrastinating from revision for my last exam on Friday), I’ve been sifting through photos, souvenirs and stories from my past trips and thought to share my top ten European cities with you…Continue reading “My top ten European cities”
Hi! I’m Rebekah, a 20 year old Politics student from London. I’ve grown up travelling across Europe but in in less than two months I’ll be going to Vietnam for 7 weeks by myself to work on a project with AIESEC and ASEAN in Da Nang! I’ve always been interested in starting up a blog to share my experiences from London, UK and abroad, and saw this trip as the perfect time to share my travel hacks, disasters and adventures.Continue reading “About Me”