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Travel Blogs from Phan Thiet
... of me! Condensed milk on the bottom, black tar coloured coffee dripping on top, then mixed together to create a milk chocolate colour and served cold with ice. Ugh, I'm drooling thinking about it! For not being a huge coffee drinker, I'm totally getting another one tomorrow! Phan Thiet is not a huge tourist place so we had more trouble of than normal finding the attractions we wanted to see. Across the road from one another was the Ho Chi Minh Museum (his former house) ...
... is less lethal. Our next stop was a small minority town of wooden huts. Giant mushrooms dried on the road before being sold for medicine at $80 per kilo, with every one old enough and able working in the hills, the town was deserted. We called on a simple tin hut where new mothers stay in private away from the rest of the villages. A nineteen year old girl sat breast feeding her two month old baby girl, her second. Minh Ho produced handfuls of candy for the few ...
... 8217;t know how it was affecting the person using it…….I also don’t know how the driver managed to continue driving,, he was not only gassed but answering 3 phones, drinking a can of coke and smoking a cigarette ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
You may be wondering did we find our French Tandem riders ? Yes we did,, they were setting off one day and we happened to see them and were able to wish them well on their continuing journey…..see ...
Another 8am bus awaited us. This time the journey was going to be 6 hours and we were off to Ho Chi Minh City (also known as Saigon). This time we were on a sitting bus (woohoo) and the journey was fine apart from rather slow getting into the centre of Saigon. The bus dropped us off in the main hotel area which was where our hostel was. The 3 minute walk made things very convenient. We arrived at our hostel and there was a bit of shock and confusion as the ...
... I am pretty sure we were the only guests -- which, although only doing some final touches, like paintwork, still didn't look very inviting. But appearances can be deceiving. Behind the rubble-strewn facade was a little oasis: we paid next-to-nothing for our forth-storey pad, with a private balcony and stairs down to a palm-skirted pool area overlooking the sea. Our living room had triple aspect: up and down the coast and out to sea. While our ...