Celebrating The Year of the Dragon

by Tre O'Neil


Below is the route we took through Vietnam. Click on links below or to the right to follow our route!

Itinerary (click below or at right)

  • January 30: Hanoi City Tour
  • January 31: Hanoi
  • February 1: Hanoi to Hue
  • February 2: Hue
  • February 3: Hue to Hoi An
  • February 4 & 5 Hoi An
  • February 6: Hoi An to Quang Ngai
  • February 7: Quang Ngai to Quin Hon
  • February 8: Quin Hon to Nha Trang
  • February 9 & 10: Nha Trang
  • February 11: Nha Trang to Dalat
  • February 12: Dalat
  • February 13: Dalat to Bao Loc/Saigon
  • February 14: Saigon
  • February 15: Saigon to Hong Kong
  • February 16: Hong Kong to USA
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Hi! My name is Tre O'Neill and this is the story of my two week trip through Vietnam. My trip was during the lunar New Year which is the biggest holiday in Vietnam.



The cool, cultural, political and former Capitol of French Colonial Indochine. I met these two nice soldiersoutside the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum.


The Imperial Capital of Vietnam where Emperors built majestic tombs and a citadel on the banks of the Perfume River. It was wet and our bikes late so we rented some local one-speeds.

Hoi An

An ancient Japanese trading port, Hoi An retains unique wooden architecture, Chinese temples and excellent cuisine that makes it everyones favorite stop.

Nha Trang

The "Waikiki of Vietnam." What to do in a beach town with no sun? We headed off on bike to explore the wide boulevards, ice cream shops and back alleys.


A former French Hillstation, Dalat lies high up in the central highlands. The high altitude and clear skies made for great cycling around the lakes, villas and countryside of this unique city.

Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City)

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