Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Set Sail

If the past few posts haven't given it away, I've been bitten by the travel bug. Everywhere I turn books, billboards and blogs are broadcasting tempting locales far and near, and I'm eating up their global message hook, line and sinker!

The most recent addition to my ever-growing Must See list is an overnight cruise aboard one of Indochina Sails' time-honored wooden junks. Leaving from Hanoi, Vietnam, the fleet set sail in Halong Bay and navigate throughout jutting limestone islands, islets, caves and grottos—some that have been hidden away for millions of years!

13 comments:

Melissa said...

Wow that looks amazing!

...love Maegan said...

um, wow. unbelievable!!!

Devon said...

Courteney, I'm so sorry to post a link but one of my all-time favorite photographers is Art Wolfe and I LOVE the photograph at his landing page (www.artwolfe.com). I've never been able to figure out where it was from. It HAS to be from the place you posted about today--which is one of the most BEAUTIFUL places I've ever seen.

I hope you are well!!

Yoli said...

I am swooning.

Meg said...

Tim's family did this very thing! I"m dying to do it! He just started working on a project in Vietnam...I'm like, can we please move there?! Gorgeous photos!!! xxx

{lovely little things} said...

Welcome to my life, I have the travel flu!

Frau said...

Travel bug is the best bug to have...amazing place, the pictures wow!

Laura said...

Looks so beautiful!

plaisirs simples said...

ok, now I have the travel bug!!

arollerskatingjam said...

That looks like heaven, a trip to remember forever.

Joanna Goddard said...

how stunning!!!!

jae said...

be still my heart.

wanderers said...

you'd enjoy the sunset wine tasting on deck and the stunning sunrise too (if you don't have too much wine the night before), we didn't manage to watch the screening of Indochine, but we did have a go at squid fishing from the pontoon which was fun even though we didn't catch anything, oh and the food is sensational.
The 'Surprise Cave' was also worth seeing.