Chau Pho Hotel
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... scaffold. They did not smile at, or acknowledge, each other.
Further rituals involving Thuy and myself and the bride’s parents. I was not trusted to insert the earrings into the bride’s ears; Thuy’s eldest sister did it.
This part of the ceremony over, we joined the throng outside. I sat with the bride’s father and other men at one table, while Thuy sat with her mother and various women at another.
After a brief ...
... was air-conditioned and we had the chance to cool down! Despite ordering a large pizza the actual pizza that came was probably equivalent of a small in the western world. Perhaps this goes some way in explaining why everybody is so slim here in Vietnam since all they eat is generally healthy food and if they do eat something unhealthy it tends to be a very modest portion size! This was little consolation as I went to bed feeling hungry ...
... onto a tour, and they had hired local boats to take them around. It looked like they were having a great time trying to bag themselves a deal! Next we headed off to see a local rice paper and rice noodle factory, see the picture descriptions for more detail! The end of the tour involved heading off on a little bike ride to a rice paddy and a tiny regional temple in what looked a forest of mangroves. It turned out that it was in fact just one enormous mangrove which ...
... who want their wages increased from 80 to 160 dollars per month. The police fired into the crowd and killed four people and injured about 30. These garment factories make clothes for companies like Puma, Adidas, Walmart, H&M and others. Something to think about. Tomorrow is a long bus day to Ho Chi Minh City (formerly Saigon) so may not write ...