Oscar Saigon Hotel
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Our first stop today is the Consulate General of the United States of America Commercial Service. We meet with Mr. Patrick Wall, Principal Commercial Officer who happen to be in his last days in Vietnam having been transferred to Argentina.
Mr. Wall began his briefing by pointing out that doing business in Vietnam can be very taxing. Vietnam is an emerging economy with 70% of the population under 40 years of age ...
... one of the things I am most proud of. How often can we say in life that we have absolutely no regrets and know that you made the most of every single moment? And with this in mind, I hopped on the bike alone and had a go, I was a little wobbly at first but once you get going it's really easy. And so Hanna got back on, and I drove us home, stopping at many points on the way to take pictures of the incredible views. This was by far one of the best travel days I had encountered so far. To be ...
Tonight we are traveling 8 km for dinner, which is about as far as we walked last night, fruitlessly seeking a real coffee!
Had drinks with Sophia and her two friends; and acted as English conversationalist and general Australian informational! Then had whole photo session of almost every combination and ...
... eventually I got the hang of it. When I left HCMC I decided to convert all my dong to the dollar becuse I doubted that they convert dong in Nepal. Its not one of the currencies listed at the exchange counters.
The people in Saigon are interesting. Some of them are very aloof as you would expect in a big city. Others are very ...