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  • Thanks to Lim, who speaks French very well and gave us excellent advice, we had a great stay in this magnificent area. The timing, the activities, the food, the crew,...
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    Sylvie Louvet
    Apr 11, 2024
  • Mini cruise in Ha Long Bay (2 days, 1 night). We appreciated being able to organize this trip at the last minute (the day before for the next day) with...
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    Jean Jack Rouvier
    Apr 10, 2024
  • We used izitour's services for our cruise on Ha Long Bay. It was perfectly managed by Anna. She remained available and responsive throughout our stay! Many thanks :)
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    F Chandler
    Apr 10, 2024
  • We've just returned from a stay in Vietnam (north and center), on a private tour for 2 couples of friends. This tour was tailor-made by Anna (Van anh) from Izitour, who...
    Michel Kretz
    Michel Kretz
    Apr 10, 2024
  • Very well looked after. Serious staff and perfect organisation (Moncheri Halong Bay cruise). I totally recommend and thank the whole team.
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    Thomas Kraemer
    Apr 1, 2024

    SADEC, IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF MARGUERITE DURAS

    Sa Dec, the sleeping beauty, allowing herself to be bordered and caressed by the two branches of the Mekong, the Tien and Hau Rivers, seduces the traveller with her hint of Indochinese nostalgia. A small riverside town where a French novelist spent part of her childhood and adolescence, Sa dec is also a town full of charm where the deep culture of the Mekong Delta resonates.

    Marguerite Duras and Sa dec

    The French novelist spent part of her childhood and adolescence in Indochina and more particularly in Sa Dec. Her mother ran the girls' school there and Marguerite Duras used to come and spend her weekends with her mother and brother when she was a boarder at the Chasseloup-Laubat high school in Saigon. In her autobiographical novel "L'Amant", which won the Goncourt prize in 1984, Marguerite Duras tells us about her childhood and adolescence in the Mekong Delta and her first love with a rich young Chinese man from Cholon whom she met on a ferry crossing the river. For social convenience, the lover married a Chinese woman of his rank, and even her sister! He ended up with two wives... but the only true love of his life had been Marguerite, according to his last words. The novel was adapted for the cinema by Jean-Jacques Annaud.

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