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... and mental capacities. There were 5 of us volunteering this week which is a good number to have. One of the 'magic moments' I had with one of this kids was when he started commando crawling for the first time. Most of the time he either lies or sits drugged up on anti-seizure medication so always appears sleepy, so it was an absolute thrill to see him sliding across the floor as he was try to 'chase' me. Both Jason and I ...
... the futures bright shade of orange and Emma's shared some little bears with Mr Hong. We drove through the rain dry, our top half's were anyway.
We went searching for a noodle breakfast in the back streets of Duc Thang and found Thuy Tu Temple and whale mausoleum. The fishermen believe the whale is a holy creature and worship it in return for protection from rough seas and the deliverance of bumper catches. Housed next to the temple is a 22 meter 65 ton fin back ...
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We were up early for our tour this morning to the Cu Chi Tunnels. It was a 2.5 hour drive from our port to the tunnels, through Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City) to the Ben Dinh underground tunnel complex. It was quite an experience to see how they countered the so-called enemy. They had 3 levels of tunnels – 4-6 m underground, then 8-12 m and finally 1-15 m. The tunnels including living quarters, hospitals, ...
... walk down the street to the 'cat' shop where I got three very cute hats for the cousins and Annabel we had another drink at the bar and were picked up by Dr Gai (pronounced Jap). We headed to the Seasise Resort a very fancy restaurant on the beach. We seemed to be heading to the back of the restaurant which was a bit confusing as the beach was at the front of the restaurant and there were lots of beautiful views of the beach. But ...
... Additionally, the local "restaurants" nearby that have become our go-to spots offer some of the best food in the city. The family that lives here is also nothing short of fantastic. They are very helpful, very friendly, and on occasion bring us home cooked meals (which are of course, delicious!). The youngest of the two boys (who we'd guess is about 4 or 5 years old) is also quite the character so he keeps us entertained. All in all, it's a great place to live.
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