Travel reviews, guides, images and blogs
At FoxTravels we collect travel information in our handy online guide. Here we write down interesting tours and inform you about great locations to visit and explore!
For stuff that only very remotely has anything to do with travel, because sometimes I just want to research, compile or write about something else, here I give you the one and only (for now) link to our blog section. Enjoy!
In our travel section we talk about general things you may want to consider while travelling. Equipment, gear, how to travel best and how to save some money. Maybe even how to make some cash while travelling.
Yes, we are based in Saigon, Vietnam. While we also write about other interesting countries all around the world, Vietnam is still our main focus. Under our Vietnam section we file amazing locations and travel tips, especially tailored to the Land of the Dragon Children.
In this, rather slow growing section, we review tours we undertook ourselves. We also add tons of travel photos and even a couple of videos.
Creative Commons Travel Photos
Most of the photos we take on our travels we publish under a creative commons license. That means everybody can use them if they mention foxtravels.net as the source and do not actively make money with our pictures. The reason for that is, that we ourselves often need pictures or information when writing articles about travelling in Southeast Asia. We are happy if we find travel photos under Creative Commons licenses, so we want to give back to the community of travel bloggers and photographers by sharing our own pictures with you.
More Foxy Stuff
Kaffee Alchemie, Rudolfskai 38, 5020 Salzburg, Austria.
In Le Van Tam park at the corner Hai Ba Trung and Vo Thi Sau street, they sell delicious papaya salad for as long as the citizens can remember.
|The Three Stages of Culture Shock|
Not only writers who relocate to other countries sometimes, but everybody else may be interested in the phenomenon of culture shock.
|The Roots of Vietnamese Egg Coffee|
Let me tell you the story of a pioneer in Vietnamese coffee culture and what he started with his curious creativity.
|My Coffee Adventure|
This is the beginning of My Coffee Adventure, where I dive into the world of the changing coffee market in Vietnam. Follow me on this journey from a quantity driven system to excellence of taste.
|New Harvest Celebration at The Workshop|
Yesterday I went to The Workshop on Ngo Duc Ke in Saigons District 1 to celebrate the new coffee crops. A nice experience once again.
|The Shin Coffee Tour|
With the Shin Coffee Tour you can experience excellent Vietnamese coffee from farm to cup and learn quite a bit about the relationship of Vietnam with our precious coffee plants.