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The final stop was the Vung Tau Market. This is covered and huge, with a real risk of getting lost. At one stage our guide disappeared completely and over half of us were left stranded in the maze. Eventually he reappeared and escorted us to safety. The market was covered with narrow alleyways between the stalls. Incredibly from time to time a motorbike would make its way down one of the alleyways usually against the flow of human traffic. (There are ...
... and a beautiful facility. The Sisters built the facility to be able to provide a facility for community members to come and receive medical attention. They also built a gym where villagers come to use the equipment and exercise and do therapy. There's a volunteer PT who was trained by someone but he has no formal education. The Sisters practice traditional medicine, including acupuncture and providing herbal medicines/teas. A doctor volunteers his time when he can as well and ...
... May and Hong ordered. Had the most delicious baby squid, followed by salted fish rice and pork ribs. Now pork isn't usually a meat I would go for, haven't ever cooked it, but these ribs were lean, grilled and delicious. I would have to ay the best pork I have ever had. It started to bucket down with rain, but it was quite pleasant sitting outside undercover having a chat and being surrounded by other diners. A group over in one corner where really having a big night. Every 15 ...
... and so it was crammed with Vietnamese since it was new year so i had a little drive around, took a few photo's and decided i was really looking forward to my planned break in Saigon and that i should make the arduous highway journey in to Saigon and get off this motorbike for a while!!
The trip up was pretty full on but when entering Saigon i found it OK as last time ...
... town to see the capital building. In this area there were high end shops and malls, a demonstration of the gentrification in progress to attract the growing tourist industry Vietnam is striving for.
We were led a few blocks away to the Notre Dame Cathedral and Post Office where the coach parked and we were allotted almost 2 hours to eat and shop. Judith joined JoRina and I. We went into a mall where we ate in a Japanese ...
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