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... in, we all went up together so we could be seated next to one another. There was only about 15 minutes until checkin closed. The lady at the desk asked for our passports and I showed her our flight information, then she asks for our visa letter. VISA letter? I asked, I hadn't received anything from Sophia whom we'd booked the tour through and organised our visa. She hadnt supplied me with anything we would need in Australia. "Yes, you need a visa ...
... would've liked the least it would've been the snake wine but whereas the other two tasted horrible the snake wine actually was ok! A bit like a rough whisky which just left a warm taste in your mouth - nearly bought a bottle home for dad! Our last stop before lunch was for small boat rides through the canals - like the Venice of Vietnam apparently! It was four in a boat and Katie & I ended up in the last boat with our guide Han. It was a bit of ...
... This town is built on a mountain side and so the rolling streets and cobble stone steps make this place feel like a quante village in Italy or the Swiss alps. It is home to some of the best fruits and veggies in the whole country as well as some very very delicious bakeries. Lakes and rivers are dotted throughout the area and on our first day of arrival we we very keen to paddle around one of the lakes. So the three of us rented a big old rusted paddle boat that ...
... hours asking us questions and answering our questions. It was really a lot of fun, some were to shy to ask us a question and would whisper a question to a friend to ask us. They were all between 21 and 24 years old, and hilarious, also very sweet. It's encounters like this that really show the preconceived ideas the West has about the East and the East has about the West. The next day we did a group "homestay" in the rural countryside of the Mekong ...
... into a little bowl of water. She removed the polish I already had on and used half a lime to get the staining off. This wasn't a fresh half lime and had obviously been used for other people, which is why I only got my toenails painted, but I figured I walk around the city with flip-flops on all the time so the impact in hygiene would be minimal.
Obviously it wasn't the best pedicure I've ever had, but it looks a lot better than it would have done if I'd done it myself and as ...