A different kind of travelogue. As an avid young traveller I often wondered what would it would be like when I got older, gathered commitments, created children and accrued debt. This is what it's like.
Hey! I’m Aoife.
Yesterday we arrived in Sanctuary after a pretty freaky two hour drive from Ho Chi Minh City. It’s in Ho Tram Beach. It is a kind of resort with well, super modern villas that you stay in. Our villa is just wow! It is absolutely HUGE!
When we finally got to the house we were staying in, me and Cormac ran around the house, discovering all the bedrooms, bathrooms, everything!
It has a big kitchen, four bedrooms, five bathrooms (an ensuite to every bedroom), lounge room, a TV room, which you can close the doors to for better sound, really long dining table, and a piano! And that’s the inside, outside we have a fifteen-meter long pool, some coconut trees, an outside lounge, two sun loungers, it is literally right on the beach, so you get the best view of the beautiful beach! Just Wow!
This=Wow! (So true).
@LessBaggage additional notes;
[Aoife wrote all of this review and took all the photographs. We stayed at http://www.sanctuary.com.vn (which is way outside our budget) thanks to Nigel and family. We arranged a house swap through http://www.HomeExchange.com which requires a subscription fee. Throughout the Grand Tour 2015 we have tried to arrange house swaps as much as possible, more on that later.]