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... the only one in the group still accepting it. The young father from the Vietnamese family came over, and explained through our guide that he would like to give us all a shot of Vietnamese rice wine to welcome us to his country. It was pretty strong stuff!
During the long drive back to HCMC I managed to get a few pictures of motorbikes piled high with things, including a cage of live chickens. Whilst these photos are good, they are not the best I have ...
... lady meet up with us at 1245 and we walked to a close by restaurant that prepares the common local food. We took a taxi to a bus station. They are all 15 passenger vans. Relieved they are air conditioned. We drove towards Vung Tao bit stopped half to spend the night with friends. Special times as there were 15 adults and 3 children. Later ...
... a wrangle over money, I gave them 16 million VND.
I went to school and that afternoon received news from Thuy that the mission had been successful. I had hoped and prayed it would be, but this was still a surprise.
Back home, I got the full story from Thuy. The mamasan had called the police (!), claiming the girl was a valuable commodity and could only be released for a greater price than the 8 million paid. This ...
... Proclaimers, broad Scottish accents when they speak but not so bad when they sing. Apparently they are more X factor finalists but pretty good, doing all kinds of stuff from Simon and Garfunkel to Michael Buble. Back to the cabin for a nightcap, our tour is in the afternoon tomorrow so we'll let the rush go, have a wander near the ship to whatever's there, then early lunch and away to see the ...
... in the clinic and village. The Sisters also do home visits which they allowed us to be a part of. The Sisters allow adults/children and families to come and stay at the Convent if they need medical attention and are too poor to care for themselves. They also provide housing for disabled children in need. One example of the work the Sisters have done is an example of a man who broke his leg. They were able to get money for him to have surgery in HCMC, however because he was unable to ...