• Aussie expats are a rare breed in Halong Bay

    by  • 01/12/2012 • front page, Mark Blackman, radio, stories, Uncategorized • 0 Comments

    Photo by Harry Clarke

    Max Hart from the Kangaroo Cafe tour company, talks to Vietnam Reporter about working Halong Bay. Photo by Harry Clarke


    Halong Bay is renowned for its stunning scenery and the multitude of junk boats packed with tourists, chugging away between the limestone islands.

    Jim Feeney and Max Hart are two of the very limited number of Australians working in the Halong Bay area, and detail their experiences to Mark Blackman.

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    Photography: Harry Clarke, Lucy-Ellen Steadman

    Jim Feeney Interview: Lauren Williamson

    Mark Blackman


    Mark is in his third year of Journalism/Arts (International Relations/Music majors). His passion for travel has taken him from the back streets of Barcelona to the madness of Mexico. Mark is now looking forward to working in television.

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