20 Jul 2015   |   Published Press

A Whirlwind Trip Through A Gripping Country

How do you get beneath the skin of a country that the outside world seems determined to see only in cliched macho images of Vietnam? By touring it from north to south over the course of three weeks, and by every mode of transport possible.

That’s Mark Eveleigh’s theory at least. Read more about The Boston Globe writer’s recent journey — which included excursions in everything from seaplanes to sidecars — here.