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... a litre of water (making 3 already today). The whole tour has been at a pace since day 1 and whilst not physically demanding in the traditional sense you usually have to keep half an eye on on the clock and dehydration.
With this in mind I've chosen not to eat out with the group tonight, preferring to chill in my room. We have agreed to leave the hotel for Hoi An at 7am tomorrow morning rather than 8am as Hoi An is the production capital and some of the group want ...
... income. Have to import so much still.
average income around $5500 pa. 2% employed in government .
Government has so much corruption - especially amongs the 1 million police.
kids start education as young as 14 months - though possibly a bit like day care.
Gambling rife. Drugs a problem - 60% of HCM population are heroin addicts( at least this is what Anh tells us)
20% of milk supplied internally 80% imported- 50% from ...
We transferred from Hoi An to Hue by car which was very scenic but as we are heading north and it is their winter the weather is very overcast, when the sun is out it is hot but when it is cloudy it is cold. The hotel again was good but I am not sure they have bad hotels. We were a bit surprised to find the lounge bar was named the Slope bar! 4th Today we went to ...
... street to the sound of a "Go Ducks." I recognized the face of a kid that I had played intramural basketball against. Had learned he had been traveling for 4 months and was kind of doing the same trip as us but just in reverse. What a small world. We booked a hotel a little out of our price range ($7) but saw plaques on the wall from tripadvisor with "best value" ...
... put in our last city stop in Savannakhet, Laos. We got a much better feal of Laos life staying in one place for a week. Laos life is simply sit back don't worry and have a drink! Savannakhet is a fairy busy town and acts as a border run for Thailand, it has its fair share of activity but that activity is strictly as Laos pace. The shops and restaurants have no fanfare and really don't seem to care if you buy from them or not, again bless the French ...