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2adventurers say

xin chào

from

Vietnam

After three really challenging weeks in Thailand we finally made it to Vietnam. The place where "everything began". About 3 years ago the idea of a journey without itinerary, without a time limit was born. And even at that time we knew that time would be one of the most important factors to get in touch with cultures.

So we now take our time - 4 weeks - to get to know Hoi An better. We help at Nomad Yoga, gather Yoga Teacher experiences and enjoy the yummy vietnamese food. After that we go up north for about two weeks, before we'll eventually find our way back to Germany.

Who we are?

Hello to the world out there

We’d like to use the opportunity and introduce us and our blog project 2adventurers.de to you. This ‚us‘ consists of Thomas, the technical genius behind this project and Bianca, the one who produces the written content. We are on the road since early 2016.

What started basically as a Travel diary eventually evolved into a Food & Travel Blog

It all started in February 2016 with a flight to New Zealand and a Working Holiday Visa in our luggage. Since then we have met some wonderful people, tried different jobs and explored some of the most beautiful places on this planet. You can find our stories and experiences listed on our website under adventures. Take also some time to explore our pictures and try some new recipies of our foodblog tastethecultures.

We live on a very tight budget, which means working for food and accommodation instead of staying in luxury resorts. Having a shower in the aquatic center, living in a campervan, low-cost airlines flying in the middle of the night or staying with locals. A backpack full of stuff must be enough. But guess what?

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