Thien Thao Hotel Ho Chi Minh City
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... well known to Sonie as in his early life he lived and worked in the delta. He points out a catfish fishing boat (try saying that after a few beers) that has a curtain and a slot in its hull near the waterline to pull these 150+lb fish onboard. We also see a dredger, the silt is apparently rich in nutrients and helps the crops and shale is used for building
Soon we are over the far side of the river, the first stop is a Vietnamese family coconut factory making ...
... Watching the border patrol picking up the passports that had been 'greased' before processing the ones placed down in turn, is vexing to say the least. We hadn't been looking forward to HCMC, but upon arrival it was just as appealing as Siem Reap but on a much larger scale. Crossing the road was an interesting experience, considering the population of 11 million people and 8 million ...
... the wood from underneath it so the enemy wouldn't have a clue where they had been firing from. The traps that the Vietnamese set were clever! They had quite a few, mostly had bamboo spikes and bamboo trees carved spiky and thy also had long nails in the traps which helped the pain and slow death of the enemies. Mostly ones they would step on and fall through the ground into collapsing traps around their legs and feet, one that they would swing from doorways and ...
... are weird for breakfast, it is a healthy way to start the day. Lots of fresh herbs, sprouts, boneless chicken and broth which is kind of like grandma's chicken soup, Vietnamese style. I am positive it has restorative properties.
After trekking around temples for the past 5 days, I was in serious need of a manicure/pedicure. Most of our nail salons in Houston are Vietnamese owned, so I find it ironic that I am having one in Saigon. The spa ...
... by and began massaging my back... I told him I didn't want a massage, but he said "no charge"...well as you can see by the photos, I had a nice chair massage, including cupping, while having a drink. It wasn't free, but it sure was good. Sonia had one too. Joe rides around on his bike and picks up clients at the bars and outdoor cafes... pretty good business. We both are still carrying the "circles" from the cupping.