Manh Dung Guest house
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Monday 2nd December
At least it should have been Good Morning but turned out it was Good Evening Vietnam. In any event there is no sign of Robin Wlliams here!
We left the hotel in Luang Prabang at 6.45 this morning for the 15 minute drive to the airport for our flight to Vietnam. The airport was very quiet as we went up to the …
... br> 'Erm, Scotland,' says Rob.
'Hmm, you vewy good looking man, vewy handsome,'
With that we were cast off and some traditional rice hats handed round. Rob sat at the front of the boat, wearing something from the lampshade section at John Lewis, bewildered by this praise/come on from the chubby, middle aged Vietnamese man, being propelled by a woman who weighed the same as his right earlobe but wielded oars with a vengeance. Emma sat and giggled for a ...
... The other unique trait is the motor bike or scooter traffic. What punctuated the difference even more is that there were many, many more motor bikes and scooters than Shanghai and it was like an endless sea of vehicles constantly swarming along the streets and sidewalks in all directions. Scooters are the travel method of choice as family vehicle with a low cost scooter available to most working families at roughly $300 US. And yes, I did say ...