You sometimes meet people that have nothing much to give but kindness and support. I remember when I reached #DaNang
- after travelling for weeks and months - I met Anh. Probably the kindest person I met on my trip. Even before I arrived he was concerned either I could get confortable enough at his place or if it would be better for me to stay at someone else place. I remember a helpful guy that was doubtful about his skills while he had so many. Not only he was humble but he had so much to offer to the world. And I am happy for keeping him as a friend in my current life.
My comment on #CouchSurfing
speaks of itself" "I could write a thousand word to describe how perfect my stay was, but I'll just say it was Anhsome ! Not only he's handsome (haha), but he's probably the kindest person I've met in my South-East Asian trip. He really wants to share a lot about Vietnam (the rain won't stop him to bring you to visit the Lady Buddha! ^^) and he is more than enough knowledgeable on the topic. When I first reached DaNang with my delayed flight, not only he was here to pick me up with the smile, but he brought me to meet his nice colleagues to share a meal and some beers. We also had some nice talks on different topics, of which one on the beach at 5am (yeah, I was a bit afraid firstly, but it is worth it, whatever the weather) and talked about the ease to connect with people in Vietnam (which is far different from Europe). He also advised me on Hoi An and Hué which I wanted to visit and was always caring during my time in DaNang (he was always reachable even though he had a mobile problem, because he has also an helpful and amazing girlfriend). He introduced me to his friends and we went to eat some local food which was really nice (and cheap). Well... As I say, I could say a thousand words, but he's a person I felt lucky to meet. And I hope he'll update me to know how goes his life. In any case, I'll see him again when I'll be back in Vietnam. Thank you so much again and take care." #Vietnam #Buddha #HoiAn #Hue #Lucky #Kindness #Memories #Backpack #SouthEastAsia #CouchSurfing