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... I didn't even have time to write my blog! Yet another amazing day and something ill definitely take with me for the rest of my life.
Little bugger stole my glasses!
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Today was Mekong Delta day. We used the same Saigon Tourist tour company to take this full day tour as we had used for our last two trips.
Fortune was with us today as the weather was sunny and with just a few clouds on the horizon. With further luck this clear weather might hold for the day.
We were picked up at 8.30 am for the 90 drive down to the Mekong Delta region. There were two other Aussies (Veronica from Perth and Phillip from Darwin) ...
... on a motorcycle, but usually the whole families were riding motorbikes (3 or 4 persons, plus babies). HCMC is also really polluted, therefore most of the local people wear masks all the time. Furthermore HCMC is quite crowded and very chaotic (nothing for weak natures :)). Another thing that sort of called our attention were numerous billboards with communist motives serving as propaganda, such as red background, yellow hammer and sickle, yellow star and images of manually working ...
... Had it not been for my injuries I would possibly have gone diving here, but again it was a lesson in pre-planning... Not always a good idea! To escape the heat for a while our next stop was a town called Dalat up in the mountains, the town itself was unspectacular and we didn't really like it. It was the kind of place again, that is only properly accessible with a motor, so we hired bikes for our entire stay and after figuring out our less than informative map, we set off to ...
... we decided to cut the ten days down to 7, which I think got Thuys back up from the word go. We were there to teach but had no classroom, and to help at the restaurant, of which we had 4 customers that week! I was expected to ride a motorbike in pitch black through tiny tracks off the beaten path through a Forrest each night, and through private land and building sites, with no sat nav to guide me. It was an experience to say the least, actually, like a lot of times on ...