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... weasel coffee. The weasel eats the coffee beans and the weasel poops out the coffee beans and people drink the coffee!! Yuck!!
The silkworms were really cool and some people actually eat them.
The waterfall was huge and I got soaked!
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Hope the weather gets better.
... storm would hit for an hour to break up the blistering, humid heat. I checked into Saigon Backpackers which would be my home for the next four nights. One thing I absolutely love about hostels here is that they make an effort to know your name and they greet you by your name every time they see you. I booked to see a few of the most famous sights of Saigon and Southern Vietnam, I saw the Cu Chi tunnels which are a huge network of claustrophobic tunnels underground used ...
Based on the rave reviews of some other people staying in my hostel in Dalat, I decided to go canyoning. I've been canyoning before in Switzerland, which I think I talked about in my Europe blog from back in the day. That was a lot of jumping off waterfalls and rock slides and included the time I jumped off a thirty foot waterfall. After being kind of freaked out about jumping off the cliff in Krabi I was a little uncertain about forcing myself to do ...
... standing awkwardly next to our bikes in the middle of a small path with some minority houses around us. There were people around but the houses weren't super close together and no one was wearing any particularly striking costumes or doing anything particularly unique outside so we just stood there talking. Apparently a lot of minority kids don't go to school (even elementary school) so the government pays for them to go to school. The government will also ...
... but it's nice to relax after days and days of moving. i keep telling myself it's impossible to something every day. i'll run out of money and energy. spent most of the day in the hostel planning mine and nate's leg of the trip. we've decided to spend most of our time in indonesia. i really can't wait to see him, sumatra, and java. it's going to be so strange to have an actual travel partner after three months of being on my own! had dinner at tu anh's and talked to her ...