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Hello blog readers (if there are any of you left), this latest blog entry is being written by Jamie. First off, I am going to start with an apology as its been quite some time since our last entry (i think Hannah is already regretting her decision to let me blog!). On a positive note, my apathetic blogging style means that there is plenty for me to …
When in Hanoi, it is a must to visit Ho Chi Minh's Presidential Palace. It is a large complex of parade grounds, the Governor's Palace, which was originally built for the French Governor of Indo-China, the Mausoleum and various houses where Ho Ch Minh lived. Understandably given his beliefs, he opted to live in a small humble house then latterly in …
Four American girls were playing cards on the bus from Hoi An to Hue. Suddenly one said: "I'm wondering where these people get their food from. I haven’t seen any grocery stores." All I can say is “No comment.”
People say Hue was a nice city. Unfortunately, I haven’t had the opportunity to see it. It was raining …
We spent our last days in Hanoi with wonderful young woman named Chi. She is a friend of a friend, and now a friend to you when you come to Hanoi. We went to the weekend night market, where cheap Chinese stuff brought out the bargain hunters (sound familiar?). Chi asked me to not stand near her while she bought shoes. The price would double! We …
Late breaking news!! Vietnam beat Singapore 4 to 1 in soccer at the semi-finals for the Southeast Asian Games. The team advances to the final for the gold, to be held on December 17. It is about 11:30 pm here, and the streets of Hanoi are WILD with enthusiastic fans. Horns blasting, fire crackers rattling windows, the screams blending into that …
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