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Since we had some miles ahead of us we decided we should get an early start and were on the road at 6am. It was a bit chilly to say the least and will only be getting colder over the next month and half. We would cruise for periods of an hour and a half before making pit stops for either food, gas, or just some leg stretching. The only problem with taking a small engine moto and a scooter from coast to coast in Vietnam is that it isn't a speedy means ...
Our first stop today after some great riding was at a memorial site. The town we stopped in has a lot of war memorial areas. We learned more about the Americans wanting to help southern Vietnam fight against the northern communists. Toan explained that at the time, Vietnam had Russia and China on their side helping to fight for communism, which explained why the two tanks we saw were Russian tanks. We also drove by a war cemetery ...
... and the song got it wrong. The livin' ain't easy! It's the water pressure jumpin' and humidity that's high.
The temperature has been in the mid thirties for several weeks now, an earlier, hotter summer than last year. Who needs to go to the sauna? Pottering about the house is just as effective - and free.
I can't understand how it can be so humid and so dusty at the same time. Our lane is unsealed so the steady flow of motorbikes and the occasional ...
On the 15th day of the fourth lunar month, Quang Ngai celebrates the Buddha's birthday with ceremonies and a parade of floats through the town. For the second year in a row we went with Hai - last year one of Owen's students, this year a graduate, now teaching in a primary school. She took us to enjoy a vegetarian meal then watch the parade from the main square.
Floats are contributed by communities all over the Province whose ...
So before we left Hoi An we booked our train from Quang Ngai to Nha Trang which is where we are now...So things worked out in the end but not quite as initially planned! We got picked up from the windbell home stay at midday ready for the 3 hour transit van bus trip down to Quang Ngai. We get in with 2 other tourists and then we pick up Vietnamese passengers on the way. They rammed the bus like a tin of sardines to say the least. People siting on bags and boxes. For me it was ...