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... person tries to hassle you as you make your way through the markets but this is just all part of the experience. I bought a few clothes and souvenirs to take home as there are some cheap, quality items.
Instead of going to a restaurant for dinner I decided to eat how the locals do. Towards the end of the market there was a man cooking noodles from a little cart not even 2 ...
... bull for Marcel! We then had a boat ride back to save us from the heat. That afternoon was spent shopping and walking the old streets again. It was a really nice place to be. Sadly we had to move on. It was a very early start to the day so we could fly to Ho Chi Minh City. Once we arrived we visited the War Remnants Museum. Not really for the faint hearted, it had a lot of the nasty stuff from the American war. ...
Hey, it's Heather with an update from Ho Chi Minh City, aka Saigon.
We arrived after a thankfully non-eventful ride from Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Another smooth border crossing for which we were grateful. Although, when a border guard attempts humor, it's scary. Case in point:
Border Guard: Come over here!
Me: *Scurry over with passport in hand*
Guard: Give me all your money!
Guard 2: Hahahah!
Guard: Ha! Enjoy Vietnam.
Me: *that ...
“One’s destination is never a place, but a new way of seeing things.” – Henry Miller Sometimes you meet people you just click with right away. For me David was one of those people. He is intelligent, fun, friendly and a great travel companion. Having the opportunity to spend this part of my journey with David was a great twist of fate. And luckily enough, he invited me to visit him in London, so I will be spending a week with him and his ...
... the end we purchased them from a lovely lady in the park on the way back to the hotel. Another quoted us d120 for a singlet and then promptly dropped when we told her we could get them at another stall for d 50 000. Clearly some just like to try their luck. The only thing we didn't manage to buy at the market was Báhn Xeo (pancake mix). So, after dumping our stuff in the hotel and having a little rest we asked our hotel owner where we could find it. After ...