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越南游 (二)--- Mui Ne 2015-12-27 02:55:28

之选择Mui Ne, 纯属听从网络介绍,很多介绍推崇Mui Ne 的海滩--比较有越南特色,与Da Nang的海滩相比就是Da Nang 已经是发展过的,没有任何特色。

Mui Ne 交通不是非常方便,最后的选择是乘坐比较方便的卧铺车,之所以说方便,是因为可以从的Ho Chi Minh酒店接,然后可以被drop off 到当地酒店. 

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Ho Chi Minh to Mui Ne 大约200KM,买票时会告诉你5小时行程,而实际大约5.5-6小时, 也就是每小时速度大约40公里,乘坐这种车要求你有一个特殊功能---Super Bladder, 汽车发出后大约1.5小时停车方便,后面一直到目的地就再也不给停了,无论你如何解释说明。

 Mui Ne beach 

离开酒店,骑车再去其它地方看看,海滩边全是垃圾

渔民捕鱼归来

Fairy Stream的开始端实在不敢恭维,小溪的两面几乎堆满垃圾,但是最后还是鼓起勇气走了下去,亲眼看到日本鬼子在后面的精华地域扔垃圾

Fairy Stream 的精华部分

Fairy Stream 的精华部分

Fairy Stream 的精华部分

Red Sandunes 看日出

Red Sandunes

Red Sandunes

Red Sandunes (可惜也是看到不少的垃圾)

Mui Ne小渔村

Mui Ne小渔村 

Po Chanu Cham Towers

Po Chanu Cham Towers

Po Chanu Cham Towers

Po Chanu Cham Towers

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越南火车,去下一站决定乘火车,至少可以随时去厕所


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越南游 (一)---Ho Chi Minh City 2015-12-08 20:07:01

刚从有空调的机场出来,双脚踩入越南南方的自然环境之下,感觉如同从清凉宜人的春天乍入细火慢炖的蒸笼之中,让人恨不能即坠入清凉的泳池中,逃脱这令人窒息的热流。

好在酒店有车来接,免了些煎熬。司机师傅是位微显发福的中年男子,皮肤也不似典型的越南男子那般黑,不喜言笑,待我们坐定,即驾车汇入充斥着汽车,摩托,自行车和行人的汪洋大海中,越南的车开不快,一般是30-40Km/h,原因是没人遵守交通规则,每个人在公路上都有极大的自由,有空即钻,司机师傅一边左冲右突,一边打电话发短信两不误,一开始我们坐在车上,心里是十五个吊桶打水-七上八下!后来发现担心是多余的,越南人练就了在异常拥挤的恶劣环境下的生存智慧,他们的乱中还是真的是有序的,所有公路使用者之间似乎都有心照不宣的默契,在我们看来那一团乱麻的交通中时时隐含的碰擦风险从未成为现实,在我后来接下来的十几天的旅程中还真未看到一起哪怕是轻微的碰擦事故!我们都情不自禁地感叹:这真是一个神奇的国度!

酒店入住后已是深夜,随便在周围街上转了一下,填饱肚子,回到酒店,虽只是走了几百米而已,但你绝不要认为是简单的事情!胡志明市是有人行道的,但走人行道相当于参加障碍越野挑战赛,在你前进的道路上有水泥踏板堆起的小丘,雨水及小贩的剩汤剩菜也静静地埋伏在低洼处,随时准备给漫不经心的行人致命一击,偶有平坦处,则罗列着各色摩托车,及街边小摊,必须要有辗转腾挪之轻巧机动,方能前行,过马路就更要有万马军中,取上将之首的勇气。当然,这主要是因为越南是个人多地少的国家,在33万多平方公里的土地上居住着近一亿的人口,生活压力可想而知!

踏上越南土地的第一晚,对于一个旅游者来说,总是非常兴奋的,第二天早上不需提醒,早早醒来,5:10天边仅泛出些鱼肚白,而这个城市则早已苏醒了,马路上的交通已渐渐繁忙,晨练的人们已散落在对面的公园里,打羽毛球的,跳舞的,做操的……,进行得是如火如荼!

酒店旁的教堂

今天我们的首站是越战纪念馆”(War Remnants Museum),越战对于越南人来说实在是太重要了,如果没有这场战争,谁会多看这个比新西兰国土面积略大,比日本略小的贫瘠的农业小国一眼呢?同样正是这场战争塑造了越南的国家认同感和自豪感,(这点非常类似日俄战争后的日本)而越战之前的历史几乎可以忽略不计。

展厅的前面广场上陈列着美军使用的飞机,坦克和大炮,展厅里简述了,越战的过程及越南人付出的巨大代价:越南有300万人死亡,其中200万为平民,另有100万人受伤。美军同时从61-71年的十年间大量使用了化学武器(主要是孟三都研制的落叶剂),使美丽的枝繁叶茂的越南南部热带丛林变成了荒山秃岭,400万人直接暴露在毒物的影响之下,间接影响的人数那就无法统计了。

美军使用了浑身解数,却无法消灭越共(越南人自认为是自己的神勇,实际是中俄在后面的鼎力助阵,中俄用越南人的血达到了削弱美国的战略目标),如同二战中美英给予苏联物质援助,用俄国人的血达到打败纳粹德国的目的,美英最担心的就是苏联单独与德国媾和。

整个展馆几乎只字未提中国对越战的帮助,对苏联也只少量提及,感觉好像越南单凭一己之力,就将美国挑落马下!不过还是有个例外,专门有一个展室详细介绍了印度对越南统一的帮助,其感激之情溢于言表。

不用解释---museum 院内

2014年--依旧有不少人口受当年化学武器的影响很多历史材料中都用这张照片

落叶剂喷洒后的热带雨林化学武器对越南带来的人体上灾害

黑色的非越战受害区域

越南与中国的相似之处----中午午休,展览馆午间关门休息

午饭我们选择了一个商场顶层的food court,质量一般,量少,似乎当地人的食量都很小,难怪他们都显得小巧玲珑。

接着又去了Reunification palace, Notre Dame Cathedral, post office, city hall,opera house and Ben Thanh market. 

Reunification Palace

越南的交通---车辆较少的时候

Notre Dame Cathedral

Post office

Post office


牛人呀

市中心一家Shoppig Centre,里面不少国际品牌,不过营业员远远多于顾客 

Opera House

Saigon River 夜景,河边不少钓者,仔细观后只希望当晚点的鱼不是来于这里

西贡几乎所有的餐馆到了夜间都是这样经营的(餐桌置于人行道)

过马路是需要穿过这样的车流,人行路灯只是虚设而已








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美丽的塔斯马尼亚 2015-08-03 04:02:24

-转载  THE ABSOLUTE BEST THINGS TO DO IN TASMANIA


How do you decide the best things to do on a little island so vast as Tasmania? Well, you go out there and explore it of course! For years I have been re-visiting and re-exploring Tasmania, now having finally compiled a list of the absolute best things to do in Tasmania. Before you go booking that plane ticket, remember that these are the best 50 Things to do in Tasmania, so you’ll need at least 1-2 weeks to explore!

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1. Wineglass Bay, Freycinet National Park

Surely nothing beats this view. You can hike to the visitor’s platform for a great view over wineglass bay, or tackle the harder (but better views) hike to the top of Mt. Amos. Or if you want to grab a birdseye views, book yourself on a scenic flight from as low as $175 per person (a small price to pay for a million dollar view).

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2. Kick Back in the World’s Most Scenic Bathtub

Because who wouldn’t want to go off the grid for a few days and unwindhere (a.k.a heaven).

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3. Run Through the Lavender Fields at Bridestowe Estate

If you’re visiting Tassie at the beginning of the year, be sure not to miss these impressive lavender fields in the North of Tasmania at Bridestowe Estate.

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4. The Hazards

Also located inside the Freycinet National Park are a chain of mountains like no others – The Hazards. Golden Hour (The hour before sunset) is absolutely magical (Image: Saffire Freycinet).

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5. Bay of Fires

What better name for a bay that truly looks as if it is alive with fire, ideally set beside the ocean on Tasmania’s East Coast. Related: A quick guide to Tasmania’s East Coast.

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6. Tulip Farm, Table Cape

If you find yourself visiting Tasmania during the month of October, be sure to time your visit to allow for a visit to the “Bloomin’ Tulips festival” – a festival where the tulip farm on the Northwest Coast of Tasmania comes to life in full bloom. (Image: Tourism Tasmania).

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7. Cradle Mountain National Park

As one of Tasmania’s most visited and most renowned attractions, a visit to the main midlands National Park, Cradle Mountain National Park, is an absolute must. There are a range of day walks for visitors to enjoy, or alternatively you can set off on the famous multi-day trek (see below).

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8. The Overland Track

Seeing Cradle Mountain is one thing, but to traverse that vast landscaped of the Tasmanian wilderness over the course of a 6-day trek is quite another. You can choose to stay in public huts if you’re on a budget, or for a more luxurious approach try out the Cradle Mountain Huts Walk – glamping at its’ finest!

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9. Tessellated Pavement

There are a few hidden gems located on the rugged coast line of Tasmania, one of these being the tessellated pavement located in the Eagle Hawk Neck region.

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10. Climb “The Nut”

…because where else can you say you have climbed a nut! The walk to the top is only a 15-20 minute trek (albeit a steep one), and the views on the way up and once at the top are hard to beat!

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11. Check in to the “World’s Best Boutique Hotel”

Recently this uber-luxe resort, Saffire Freycinet, was dubbed the world’s best boutique hotel. If you’ve been lucky enough to stay there, you’ll understand exactly why! (Image: Saffire Freycinet).

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12. Museum of Old & New Art (MONA)

This museum made headlines when it first opened in January of 2011… years on and the captivating headlines are yet to subside. This artsy building is even more impressive on the inside when you view the controversial, quirky and sometimes just downright crazy exhibitions on offer. Totally worth a visit! Plus if you’re a Tasmanian, you enter for free! (Image: Traveller.com.au).

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13. Visit the exclusive Satellite Island

This small private island is home to one of Tasmania’s most exclusive accommodations on offer and is one of the most remote locations on earth to find yourself. Its such a secret that most locals don’t even know it exists! (Image: Satellite Island).

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14. See the Maria Island Painted Cliffs

Hiding neatly away on Maria Island are Tasmania’s painted cliffs, a favourite among photographers and nature enthusiasts (Image by JJ Harrison via Wikicommons).

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15. Stand at the top of “The Neck” Bruny Island

…Because who wouldn’t want to stand here!? (image via Tourism Tasmania & Scott Sporleder).

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16. Is this even real life now? Totem Pole

Hiding away in the distance is Tasmania’s Totem Pole, inside the Tasman National Park. The rock formation stands 60 metres tall and is a thrill seeker’s favourite for extreme rock climbing (Image via Tasmania for Everyone).

World of Wanderlust in Tasmania

17. Traverse the Tamar Valley Wine Region

What could be better than sipping a glass of Sauvignon Blanc amidst the rolling hills of the Tamar Valley? Here you will be spoiled with an array of award winning wineries with inviting cellar doors. Pictured: Josef Chromy’s.

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18. Become a Giant For a Day

If there’s one thing we could all call the Tasmanians at this point, its creative. A visit to the Tazmazia Village will have you feeling larger than life in no time!

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19. Eat an Entire Menu of Raspberry Everything

….I’m talking raspberry Eggs Benedict, raspberry scones, raspberry meringues, and much more. The Raspberry farm is a great pit stop between Launceston and Devonport for the roadtrippers out there!

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20. Visit a Town Named Penguin…

…Where yes, there is a town mascot. ‘Nuff said.

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21. Admire Nature at the Tasman Arch

Tassie is a true testament to the wild and whacky wonderfulness of nature. A road trip is without a doubt the best way to get around, as you’ll find many worthy stops along the way. The Tasman Arch is located on Tasmania’s Southern Peninsula, around the Eaglehawk Neck region. Signs will point the way to this and a number of other attractions in the immediate area.

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22. Enter the Wilderness via Railway

The West Coast Wilderness Railway is perhaps as close as one will get to a trip on the Hogwarts Express without actually travelling to Scotland to hop on board the real deal. (Image: Supplied)

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23. Check yourself into the Pumphouse Point Hotel

This hotel has quickly become one of the world’s most instagrammable hotels. I mean, who couldn’t see themselves here!? (Image via Pumphouse Point).

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24. Visit Switzerland in a Day

Yep, you heard it here first. A visit to Tasmania is also a visit to Switzerland when you make a short 15 minute drive North along the Tamar Valley from Launceston, to the Swiss Village named “Grindelwald“. (Image via Northern Tasmania).

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25. Cruise through the Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park

This idyllic national park is renowned for being home to one of Tassie’s most loved attractions – a scenic cruise down the Franklin-Gordon River (Image via Gordon River Cruises).

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26. Play Golf on one of the World’s Most Scenic Courses

Barnbougle Lost Farm is located in the North of the state, making this courses a popular stop for international jet setters who fly in via private jet… But you needn’t have a jet to play here! This course is in fact a public course and anyone can play here, although you might want to brush up at the driving range before tackling it in public!!! (Image via Air Swings).

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27. Walk the Three Capes Track

The newest of Tasmania’s walks, the “Three Capes Track” is set to open some time in 2015 (Image via Parks & Wildlife).

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28. Stand atop Mount Wellington

The capital city of Tasmania, Hobart, is full of surprises – perhaps none more photographic and impressive than a trip to the Mount Wellington observation deck in the evening to admire the city from above (images via instagram @watermelonaddict).

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29. See the Southern Aurora Australis

Forget travelling thousands of miles in search of the Northern Lights when you have the Southern Aurora Australis right here! (Image via Instagram@kimmaischphotography).

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30. Stroll Along Australia’s Oldest Bridge in Richmond

A nice little pitstop just outside of Hobart is one of Tasmania’s most quaint and charming towns; Richmond. Be sure to stop for some scones in one of the many cafes and walk it off with a wander along Australia’s oldest bridge; Richmond Bridge.

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31. Hunt for Ghosts on a Spoooooky Port Arthur Night Tour

If you dare, Port Arthur is rumoured to have one of the spookiest night ghost tours on offer inside the remains of what was once a convict prison (Image via Tas Vacations).

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32. See a Tassie Devil up Close!

They might look cute (a la Taz the cartoon), but these little devils are just that – devils! See them at one of the many wildlife parks around the island: in the North and in the South. (Image by JJ Harrison via Wikicommons).

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33. Explore Underground Caves

The Mole Creek Caves are a popular attraction for travellers making their way up to Cradle Mountain (usually from the city of Launceston). If you have the chance to stop for a few hours, be sure to book a tour in advance (Image via Northern Tasmania).

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34. Sift Through the Goodies at the Salamanca Market

Salamanca Market is located on Hobart’s waterfront and open every Saturday of the year – rain, hail, or shine. The market offers some fantastic local produce, handicrafts, and local talented artists.

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35. Walk on Air

It’s not every day you get to walk on air… so why


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新西兰游(九) 2015-03-21 03:28:29

离开 Lake Wanaka 的下一站就是 Queenstown了, 不过没有选择在Queenstown 滞留很久因为那里太商业化,最终选择了Queenstown 大约40多公里的Glenorchy, 这里Paradise的美称。


Lake Wanaka 去Queenstown 在没有雪的路况下可以走一条比较近的路,大约1小时左右车程,不过顺道可以去一下非常宁静且有特色的Arrowtown, arrowntown 有中国淘金族的遗迹。


l离开 Lake Wanaka

开往Queestwon的一道奇景,看到有人介绍过,但没做任何研究,这荒芜人烟的地方,除了冬天来登雪山的,不知还会有谁来,我们经过的时候除了过往车辆没有看到任何人迹

这里新西兰封闭道路中的最高点

由最高点下去大约几十米就可以看到远处的一些农田


远处的农田

蜿蜒盘旋的山路,感觉有些只有30度的角呀,难怪这段路冬天会封呢




来到arrowtown

华人淘金遗迹

宁静的arrowntown,在这里住上一段时间一定是无比的休闲

抵达Queenstown, 这是一个非常商业化的小镇,也许因为此,没有看到太多像Hobart那样的笑容,

Queenstown 坐落在Lake Wakatipu边,Lake Wakatipu 全长约80km

而Glenorchy 则在湖的最顶端,在这条路上乘车人可以享受,而开车者则是折磨,还有路上有很多停车观景处,下面就来看看这条路上的景  (1)

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景(5),这是回头看的景色

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快到Glenorchy, Glenorchy 的住处比较难预定,也许是这里来的人还不是那么多

抵达住处休息一会儿,解决了肚子问题便出去走走,那时已经接近晚9:30, Lagoon Boardwalk 一定是个不错的选择

Lagoon Boardwalk

Lagoon Boardwalk

Lagoon Boardwalk


Lagoon Boardwalk, Glenorchy三面环山,风景宜人, 有很多有名的walking track

这时已经晚10点多了,湖中天鹅

清晨的Glenorchy, on the way to Routeburn track, 去往那里的路标记的不是非常清楚

尤其当你需要敢着羊群开车的时候,你还对自己有几份信心呢?是这条道吗?沿着这条gravel 的路开了大约10公里,终于看到Fiordland National Park的sign

这里的visitor center 是没有工作人员的,固然需要问问题是不可能的,难道所有来这里的hiker 都是像我们一样提前做好了功课?(自赞一下)不过对这墙面读读解说还是可以解决不少问题的。

来到这里温度一下降了至少7-8 度,所带的衣服全部穿上吧,夜里的雨水无疑给远处的瀑布增加了几份美景

Routburn track 起始无疑是一个rain froest 

Rain Forest, 炎热夏天的避暑胜地

以下就可以看出 Fiordland National Park 每年惊人的降雨量





Routeburn Falls Hut, 时间问题没有继续前往Harris Saddle,喜欢overnight walk 的hiker 可以从这里前往The Divide (临近 Milford sound )
















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Mt Wellington 2015-02-21 02:44:27

Hobart 的大多数人都是背依着Mt Wellington, 面对着 Derwent River,生活在美景里的人时常会忘记它的美,今天就再次登上Mt Wellington,带上相机给大家一起欣赏。Mt Wellington 海拔1271米,登上山顶,右面可以看及Snug,Bruny island;左面可以看及New Norfolk。


沿着Pinnacle track 走上山顶,从 The Springs 出发,几乎沿途都能看到美景


organ pipe


快到顶了,天空中的飞云

顶上的美景




Tolosa Park


开始下山,决定走South West track,提示这条道比较难

走到organ pipe的后面


看到不同的景色了,Waterwork 的两个lake

Derwent River 里的帆船





















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