Mini pop up restaurants are a plenty on the streets of Hanoi, Vietnam. This one served whole brains and hearts to go with their pho noodles.
As with with many other capsule hotels, this one that I stayed at in Saigon, Vietnam was designed to resemble a spaceship. It was about 250,000₫ ($11) a night.
I’ve explored Nazi concentration camps in Berlin with sobering enlightenment, but seeing the actual victims’ remains of the Khmer Rouge was harrowing.
In the outskirts of Hanoi, Vietnam is a long condemned and decaying amusement park and this is the staircase to a 5 storey tall water slide.
My crew and I had the honor of having this ancient complex to ourselves for a few hours for one of my first security operations consulting contracts.
While overlanding Vietnam on my motorcycle to get to the filming location of ‘Kong: Skull Island’ aka Trang An, was this epic road in Ninh Binh Provence.
Located in the middle of nowhere in central Vietnam, this urban explorer’s dream spot is as horrific as it is beautiful and my final destination of 2018.
A first person view of my seat in a typcial South East Asia sleeper bus. This $5.50 ride took 4 hours from Ho Chi Minh City to Can Tho, Vietnam.