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Vietnam Diary

Author Name: Amitabha Gangopadhyay | Format: Paperback | Genre : Travel | Other Details

Vietnam is a country with colourful past but it has also endured turbulent times. The Chinese dynasty reigned over Vietnam for over a thousand years, the French turned the country into its colony; and just a few decades ago Vietnam fought back to drive away a superpower like America with literally nothing but its tremendous courage and will power. Still, the country has always been loving and welcoming to visitors. It is to understand this bittersweet dichotomy that the author undertakes an incredible journey from the Extreme North to the Deep South of this magnificent country.

Join Amitabha Gangopadhyay as he takes you on a fun, thrilling and fact-filled trip for two weeks to some landmark destinations across Vietnam, meanwhile introducing to us the nuances of Vietnamese life, history and culture. As he embraces the warm and welcoming hearts of the Vietnamese people during his travel, Amitabha reflects his experiences to share with the others.

This book is not just a travel journal, but an outsider’s view and understanding the strength of a country that has seen turmoil but still ploughs on forward proudly.

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Amitabha Gangopadhyay

Amitabha Gangopadhyay was born in Assam. After graduating in Electrical Engineering from Jadavpur University in Kolkata, he pursued his higher education in Canada. Amitabha has lived in Canada for many years now. He has enjoyed writing since he was a little boy. Traveling and photography are his passions. His love for nature and the outdoors that he inherited from his father when he was a little boy is everlasting. He often travels off the beaten paths of jungles, mountains and rural areas. Traveling is not merely sightseeing to him; it is always a journey that gives him the pleasure to blend with the common people. He shares their joys and sorrows, their love and friendship, their traditions and sentiments with his readers. He also writes travel articles in the Times of India and publishes travel blogs regularly on his website www.mytb.org/gangopa. In addition to travelling, Amitabha enjoys paragliding, microlite, zip lining, etc. wherever he travels to.

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