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... rides a scooter with up to 2 adults and 2 children on board or an incredible load of goods. Interesting to see the traditional countryside of paddy fields of rice, duck and fish farms along the Mekong Delta. We entered Saigon over a new bridge built by American aid into the outskirts of new high rise housing development. Our first stop was the CBD with beautiful 5 star hotels and buildings from the French ...
... the bottom floor. Thus the homes are very narrow and deep. The property must be 4 meters wide but can be 25 meters long. Many of the homes have three or four stories. If a person has more money, the homes will be double or triple width. A triple width home is very expensive.
The government owns the land and can at anytime cancel the lease and take back the land. Neighborhoods in areas that the government has restricted ...
... but there is a huge puddle on the floor. We call Robel who arranges to have it wiped up but he has seen through our cunning plan and no offer of compensatory booze is made. Oh well. It was worth a try.
We set sail at sunset. There is a party at the blunt end with cocktails and a band playing by the pool. Everyone else is celebrating a lovely trip up to Ho Chi Minh city. We are celebrating getting out of Ba Ria alive. ...
... sitting and crawling. The mothers were very receptive and I saw them the next day practicing the techniques. One mother is a farmer and had to spread pesticides on her crops while she was pregnant which resulted her child being developmentally delayed. Her child has a diagnosis of CP, like many other children in Vietnam. We also saw another little boy with CP who we decided to trial AFO's/braces with. He had heel cord release surgery (like Chi from the orphanage) and not ...
... the cathedral is the Post Office a French building. Quite stunning and still operating as a post office today. Was feeling a little weary. The rain had stopped and the humidity was building under the cloud cover, with the sun trying to break through, but failing. I spotted a cafe beside one of the boulevards and sat down for a cool Perrier mineral water, as you do when you are in a French inspired building in HCM - a cafe and creperie. While watching the world go by ...