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... vandalism like I have seen on both of my visits to Beijing. All in all it was a very enjoyable afternoon walking around. Outside there was even a collection of "war relics" left behind by the Americans. There was an admission fee but as the wall around the outside was low, I didn't feel the need to walk in. The rules of admission were amusing as well. I will upload the picture (along with pictures for the other blogs) when I return to China, but highlights include "4) Not to ...
... live and work on these boats. Our first stop was the Thien Mu Pagoda, an important Buddhist site. In 1963 a Buddhist monk drove from this pagoda to Saigon and set himself alight protesting against the anti Buddhist leaders. A replica of his car a blue Austin is on display here.
Our destination further upriver was Minh Mangs Mauseleum. He was the third Emperor of Vietnam ...
... to try the many famous dishes, so that night I worked my way through four courses: Bún Bò Huế - a noodle soup served with slices of beef and lashings of chili oil. Nem Lui - a dish of sweet, minced pork around bamboo sticks grilled over hot coals. Banh Khoai - a "pancake" filled with bean sprouts, shrimp and pork. Bun thit nuong - barbecued pork served with vegetables and noodles. Next day, stomach still full, we took a tour to the De-militarised ...
... but is padded. It was very comfortable with plenty of leg room. 7$ for a four hour journey- not bad at all! We enjoyed the beautiful and peaceful scenery while we listened to some Bob Dylan on the iPod. Really great experience!
(We were however happy that we didn't need to use the bathroom on the train since they are "squatter" toilets and the ride was pretty bumpy at times).
We arrived at Hué train station to dozens of ...
... We both received large umbrellas from the hotel and we were soaked in a matter of seconds once we stepped outside due to the continuous horizontal rain. We managed to walk across the Truong Tien Bridge than spans the Huong River and one more block west to the market. The sidewalks were rivers, market stalls were leaking everywhere and the vendors were very aggressive trying to get us to buy from them. We did not last long in the market ...