Today marks one entire month since Jeffrey and I went wheels up in Charleston and headed off on our adventure.
We are really loving our time in Southeast Asia and are trying to pack 29 hours into each day (so far, so good). We’re currently enjoying a slower pace for a few days at the Hyatt resort in Da Nang, Vietnam, where we’re bronzing in the sunshine and digging our toes in the white sand before diving into Big City Life again.
Here’s a look back at our first month by the numbers…
In the past 31 days, we’ve traveled to…
As part of our planned Myanmar trip for sometime in 2015 (see related post here for best use of award miles to Myanmar), McCown and I also hope to visit Vietnam. As a result, we had the question that most people have when traveling to a new country: “Do U.S. Citizens/Americans need a visa to travel to Vietnam and, if so, how do you apply?” We found that ALL US Citizens traveling to Vietnam do, in fact, need a visa! Here’s what we learned from the research– hope it helps other travelers!
A. Apply for a Visa in person at a Vietnam Consulate or Embassy
Cost: ~$100 (rates vary by embassy/consulate and are not posted [...]