Monday, February 23, 2015
Alexander Harling is an Economics and EcoGastronomy student at the University of New Hampshire. He is studying wine business at the Burgundy School of Business in Dijon, France this Spring semester. He finds himself in Vietnam for his spring break. Not sure how he chose Vietnam, but that should be an interesting story in itself. Besides the destination being unique, Vietnam is a country deep in history -- a history that students only learn about from the 1960s onward. There is so much more to the country than the Vietnam War, including its history of Chinese occupation and French colonialism. From its majestic and mysterious, inspiring and imperious natural landscapes to its fast paced metropolises, full of contrasts, this journey makes it The Unforgettable Spring Break. Thanks for sharing the pictures, Alexander!