My favourite place in Indochina is Luang Prabang due to its laid-back atmosphere and smiling locals. I absolutely love people watching from the French-inspired cafés and wandering the night market.
Hayley first visited Vietnam whilst living in Hong Kong for a year as part of her law degree. This experience lead to her travelling throughout Indochina (Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam) extensively during the summer, and her love for the region truly flourished. She particularly loves the diversity of the food and becomes a regular at the local street markets whenever she travels to these countries, trying the many culinary delights on offer.
She returned to complete her degree at Warwick University, going on to qualify and practice as a barrister specialising in criminal law in London. However, even when wigged and gowned, Hayley's love for travel remained at the forefront of her mind and she chose to turn her passion into a career by joining Audley.
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