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... in Vietnam and spent a good 4 weeks with her so it was great to see her again. Ironically we went to a Chinese restaurant for dinner which was followed by a Rose-guided tour of the city. She took us through the main tourist district, showed us a fast food joint called 'Febo' where there are little boxes in the wall which contain burgers/fried food and is a very popular place for a midnight snack. And of course we walked through the red light district. Now the red ...
... in need of some food. We found a cute little outdoor café and had a "Toastie" which is what they call a grilled cheese. The cheese was great! Bob and Ric had a Heineken while Kath and I tried to warm ourselves up with some hot tea.
Everyone in this city is so nice. The waiters have been bending over backwards for us. Even on the tram, 2 young kids immediately got up let us have a seat. The language is not ...
... was leaving first and then me 2 days after her. All to do with work commitments.
But then Louise decided in her wisdom that we should change both our flights to the 31st. Great idea.
So.....I had it in my head we were both flying out on the 31st.
I then booked all flights and train tickets and accommodation with this date in mind.
Everything fell into place and we were all organised.
When I changed Danita's flight to accommodate her yearly return, as ...
... the cab - winning! OHhh.... You're all hanging to read more about the brownies, right... Well we ate it back at the hotel room after we had organised ourselves and the guy said it was "mellow" so im not sure if it was that or because we were tired after such a big day but we basically just chilled out and then went to sleep haha sorry no crazies stories ...
... to give it a try. It’s a little swanky for our taste and we are definitely treated like tourists...we had to work pretty hard for a smile from the wait staff. After a glass of wine each and a couple tapas, we walked for over an hour in search for the perfect local eat. The area is similar to north beach SF where a greeter at each restaurant try's to pull you in. We settled on an Argentinian grill. Nick’s ribs are delicious, ...