I have personally found that train travel is a good way to see a country. You get the meet people on the train and also to see samples of everyday life throughout the journey. I like it when the train stops at night and you can get off and take a stroll along the platform in the warmth of the evening. All of the stations have small stalls where you can buy food and drink. Vietnam Railways has 2,600 kilometers of track between Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi.

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Passengers walk across the track to board their train. Our train to Hanoi arrives at the station. Lorraine makes herself comfortable in the soft sleeper - lower bunks are the best. I'm glad to be on board. The train is clean and comfortablee. View of countryside north of Danang. We pass through many small towns and villages. A large Buddha is seen from the train. View of a major river near Danang. North of Danang we journey through a mountain pass. Lorraine catches up on her reading. Verdant green countryside. The Reunification Express pulls into a station. An unusually quiet station. People dash from the train for refreshments at every stop. You get to see a lot of Vietnam by travelling in a train.
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