Travel Blogs from Ho Chi Minh City
... finished and we got our dancing shoes on. There wasn't anyone else dancing, so we had a small dance podium to ourselves and the boys started with running and jumping high fives (as a form of dance?!) and ended up with Nath trying to spin on his head, but Tim had to hold his legs up and walk him round in a circle- proudest moment ever! Nath and I stumbled home at drunk o'clock while Tim stayed out. The next day was not a happy occasion for me, Nath woke me up and made me get ...
... grinder. Rounding the corner of a relatively deserted street we found ourselves confronted by a seething mass of immaculately dressed residents. The street itself, a couple of kilometres long, was mostly obscured first by people and secondly by vast bouquets of flowers. Everyone was dressed in their best and standing in front of giant garlands of every conceivable flower to get their pictures taken. It was an incredible sight, but doomed ...
... br> The bus was only half full so again i could spread out. My leg was bothering me so i took off my sandal and sock and saw how swollen my leg was around the ankle. I could no longer feel the inside bone on my foot. The purple had spread and it seemed yellow as well. I was a little concerned as it throbbed. I tried to elevate it this bus ride to see if the swelling would go down. We drove a few hours of our seven hour trip. Slow but not bumpy. I tried to sleep as ...
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