Hai Au (Seagull)
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... get hassled by every market vendor you pass there seems no problem in shaking your head and saying no and just walking on, I think our western hesitation and sometimes politeness to acknowledge someone who has spoke to you can be mistaken for an opening to further pursue a sale. We seem no to have no problems at all by simply not even talking or looking at people if it gets to much and they rarely seem to be bothered or take offence.
After a few ...
... and Cuong chatting to go across the street to the famed Ben Thanh Market. With so many shops and so little time, I walked through the market. Since most did not take credit cards and I was low on dollars, I just enjoyed the excitement.
On our way back to the ship, we visited the Chinese medicine street. We got a lesson on the way the different herbs and dried roots can heal many diseases.
Then we made our last ...
... people in Vietnam and 34 million motorcycles, often as many as 3 per family. Boys drive Hondas from Japan and Girls Vespers from Italy. When girls ride motorcycles they wear face masks not only because of perceived risks from pollution, but also to keep their skin light in colour. Paler skin is considered more attractive in ladies in Vietnam!)
Back to the market, the stall holders sat cross legged on their stalls often eating, even at stalls selling ...
... couple of minutes later she came outside with a handful of fruit that I have never seen before, I said and thank you and politely had one as she was standing around lol I didnt know if I should have it whole or peel it, after working it out i finally tried some and it tasted just like grapes. Then a few minutes later she came out with a handful of sweets, I tried one and OMG it tasted just like mouldy coconut. No wonder the kids here dont eat sweets! ...
... of their country and for the freedom we enjoy without ever questioning what it cost to achieve.
The service was short and as the bugle played and the dawn came up, you could hear sniffles and low level crying which made it all the more heart rendering. Because it was pitch black when we arrived it was hard to see the backdrop to the area, but as daylight crept on you could see the area beyond and envisage so much happening and so ...