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... Watching and learning and exploring. We played crib in a big garden and ate local food and drank a couple ice cold 50 cent beers in the blistering heat (32°C). I spent much of the day pointing things out to Jess I thought were interesting....I had just read a little saying on a Vietnamese trinket that will stay with me forever: "it's not what you look at, but what you see" (unknown). And so I took that to heart and shared it with Jess.
... a skill necessary to gain crossing a street in this city. Cannot help but smile watching this scene of chaos. First stop, Ben Than market with a detour past the art museum for a coffee in their garden, the first coffee out of many in Vietnam. Caffeinated and energised I spotted the market and went straight for the food stalls and, settled for the spring rolls. The Independence Palace en route to the ...
... the home stay meeting point.. and of course the machine was broken. The five group members doing the he home stay took off and we were back on the road..an hour and a half later we pull in front of the Holiday Hotel. We "upgraded " our hotel stay..so when they gave us a key that said twin room..not happening. Erin quickly convinced the front desk person to change our room. We ended up with a nice king room. The big issue we had was ...
... about 20%• Family oriented • CPI 5-7%• 70% live in rural area but only account for 40% of spend• Need skilled technical talent fast food not fast they see as entertainment• The GDP increase 6% and is • 33% unemployment Kantar believes the rural market is largely underserved and fast or ready to eat food will become the norm in the future.
... besides me and izzy R as we needed to go on our pen hunt, but first we indulged in an ice cream from baskin and Robbins as it was our last day! But however being lactose intolerant this meant that I had to find the nearest toilet half an hour later! So after relieving my stomach... Me and izzy started the greatest hunt for permanent markers in our lives!! We first thought that we could just find then in a mini mart or ...