Vietnam motorbike diaries – Day 3 (From Vinh to Phong Nha)

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سوق الاسهم السعودية تداول مباشر Distance: 225 km

مراجعة autotrading خيار ثنائي The view and the ride were lovely today! My scooter was able to drive up steep roads at 50 km/hr. I took the Ho Chi Minh Road and not the A1 highway. 5.5 hours of riding. 

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Vietnam motorbike diaries – Day 2 (Ninh Binh to Vinh)

follow 2nd day of riding today. 

أربح أموال سريعة على الإنترنت From: Ninh Binh

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اون لاين فوركس Distance: 210 kms

Today, I was riding with Kevin and he told me the highway 1 is easy to ride on unlike what other people suggest. Usually people ask to take the Ho Chi Minh Road. Also, because of the new year the roads were to be empty so this sounded like a good option. 

Took roughly 5.5 hours for the journey. The highlight was that roads were deserted since everyone spends new year at home. 


  

Phoebe averages to about 45 kms per litre of petrol. Not bad at all!