About Nha Trang

Nha Trang is a very standard beach town with nothing much in terms of tourist value and I would recommend anyone to give it up in lieu of an extra day at Hoi An. However, here we were checking into a pretty little hostel called Mojzo Dorm which was walking distance away from the beach. We did find one boutique cafe called The Living Collective from where on one random recommendation on Lonely Planet we headed to an art gallery of a photographer called Long Thanh, who apparently was one of the biggest names in Vietnam and is internationally acclaimed with exhibitions all over the world. However, we found a locked door on arriving but a signboard that said 'Open'. Trying our luck, we rang the bell and truly enough a girl came and opened the door, switched on the lights and put some music for us. Turns out she was Long Thanh's daughter and this was his home. As we were chatting, Long Thanh himself came down to greet us and what followed was a guided tour of his exhibition by the artist himself which included a peek into his study and dark room. With our minds blown at what we had just experienced, we headed back to our hostel for a shower and nap and proceeded for a swim in the beach. In perhaps, the only instance of bad luck on the trip, the sea was way too rough so we settled in for a few beers, had a traditional vietnamese dinner at the hostel and watched the moon rise over the ocean as we bid goodbye to this beautiful country
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