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Wild water lily Suoi Yen, Ha Tay near Ho Noi capital, Vietnam. Morning Lily by Andre Luu.

Wild water lily Suoi Yen, Ha Tay near Ho Noi capital, Vietnam. Morning Lily by Andre Luu.

Con gai Viet Nam trong ta ao dai that la dep!

Vietnam is quickly becoming one of the most popular destinations in Southeast Asia and it’s easy to see why. The country offers stunning landscapes, delicious food, a fascinating history, and friendly people. Here are the 7 Places Not to Miss in Vietnam by Michael Turtle on #PacSafeTravel

Vietnam is quickly becoming one of the most popular destinations in Southeast Asia and it’s easy to see why. The country offers stunning landscapes, delicious food, a fascinating history, and friendly people. Here are the 7 Places Not to Miss in Vietnam by Michael Turtle on #PacSafeTravel

Beautiful Islands Around the World (Part 1- 10 Pics), Visovac Island with Franciscan monastery, Croatia.

Croatia part 2

Beautiful Islands Around the World (Part 1- 10 Pics), Visovac Island with Franciscan monastery, Croatia.

How Do You Think Of Vietnam? The well known of Vietnam, beautiful scenery and lady in traditional dress Ao Dai.

How Do You Think Of Vietnam

How Do You Think Of Vietnam? The well known of Vietnam, beautiful scenery and lady in traditional dress Ao Dai.

Walls of Dubrovnik, Croatia | The walls of Dubrovnik, which were constructed between the 7th and 17th centuries, were built to defend the Croatian city from invaders. The protective walls stretch 1.2 miles and feature two towers and two forts, while providing breathtaking views of Dubrovnik. Visitors are welcome to roam the 82-foot-tall structure during daily tours. Dubrovnik is considered one of the best examples of a medieval walled city in the world.

Walls of Dubrovnik, Croatia | The walls of Dubrovnik, which were constructed between the 7th and 17th centuries, were built to defend the Croatian city from invaders. The protective walls stretch 1.2 miles and feature two towers and two forts, while providing breathtaking views of Dubrovnik. Visitors are welcome to roam the 82-foot-tall structure during daily tours. Dubrovnik is considered one of the best examples of a medieval walled city in the world.