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... downpour of rain - Binh Chau Hot Springs: roughly a 2 hour drive to get there, it was quite expensive so we decided to opt for the cheapest option which was 150,000dong ($7.50) entry to the public hot pools - Statue Park: a very romantic park set along the beach filled with, you guessed it, statues. We took a nice stroll along here at night where all the statues and trees were beautifully lit up by colourful lights. Not sure ...
... A lady brought us a sample, strong and eaten whole I'd be tasting it all day.
On the outskirts of town we found our second coffee of the day and girls squatting descaling the mornings catch. Still can't shake that smell. Buckets of cuttlefish, clams, lobster, and pearlescent fish twitched in their last struggles for life. We made our way into the back where cuttlefish were lined up, smoked dry and impaled into a fishy flat lollipop. We watched a dog dance with a crab from ...
... equipped and a great display of glasses. We then heard from the Director of the hospital about the centre, translated for a few of us who don't speak Vietnamese by a CBM colleague. It's good to hear it is operating sustainably with the small profit going back into maintaining the service. The purpose of the visit was for the others who are participating in this workshop to ask questions as they are running VCs in other provinces throughout Vietnam. There was lots of good ...
7th January 2013 Today, we all packed our bags and went to Vung Tau with some friends. We stayed at Intourco Resort which had a nice view of the beach. We settle down and all of us went out to eat Bánh Khọt at a restaurant called Bánh Khọt Gốc Vú Sữa Vung Tau. (Bánh Khọt is like a small savoury pancake and if you want, ...
... wave with me and after heading back to the beach it was soccer time. A game of 4-on-4 broke out and by the end of it I was definitely feeling the heat.
The free hour was a long enough ride along the waterfront and through town on the tandem bike with a flat front tire from our hotel. We decided to scope out a place for dinner on foot and lucky for us we found several seafood stands lining the street opposite our ...