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Better stop here before I bore you to tears, the photos I took on the iPad. Still hope my laptop may come back to life, I have some lovely shots on the camera.
aem tot va nhung giac mo ngot ngao......or good night and sweet dreams...
p.s : the language is tough, we have barely conquered hello ( xin chap...sounds like sim chow) and thank you ( cam on ....sounds like come urn ) and half the time they struggle to get it.
... still competing to discover a deeper meaning to their travels than the average backpacker, it seems we live in a world where no where worth discovering is left 'undiscovered'. All those places that have something special making them worthy of stopping at, have been on someone's beaten track somewhere, who has then posted about it online. Or maybe the hippies we meet really have discovered the true meaning of travelling, good for them.
... ve arrived in Qui Nhan, I am excited to ditch the pickled meats and vegetables for some real food. Being Vietnamese, I’m also excited to eat cuisine that’s familiar.
“Land ho!” Gab and I yelled as we jumped off The Green Eyebrow.
“Let’ ;s make sure everything’s good for us to go,” I peered at the smeared checklist I wrote onto my wrist, “Take Malayo-Polynesian language pills, ...
... which was far cleaner than expected, is also popular with kite surfers when the weather conditions are good. Our three nights was enough for us to get a bit of rest and relaxation and enjoy some food, drink and time planning our USA road trip, amongst other travel ideas, whilst watching the sea and walking along the beach from hotel bar to hotel bar! Other than the beach and the one main road - which is lined with shops selling clothes ...
... awesome views and gave us some interesting facts- for instance we drove down the 'victory' road which was built by young men during the war as they were so sure they were going to win! Once we got to the cave of course I had to walk up a side of a mountain to get to it ( it's seems all the good things to see in Asia are at the top of a mountain). The locals say that you have to go through hell before you get to paradise (the climb was hard but I am not sure I would go as ...
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