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... 2 suits; a spare pair of trousers for each; 2 ties; an Egyptian cotton white shitt; a party dress. Getting measured is hungry work, and apparently a hungry spectator sport too, because by the time we were done we were ravenous. We wandered into the old town and tried our luck with a set menu of local delicacies. The Cau Lau (pork noodles) was excellent, as was the stir fried squid and spring rolls. The white rose, a slimy glutinous mess, fashioned in the shape of ...
... is then added and passed through another stone contraption which again when turned enough times (hundreds) produces rice milk. After this we were shown to where we would be cooking. Each person was given a large wooden workstation with their own cooking utensils and fresh passion fruit juice which was topped up throughout the morning. We cooked four dishes; shrimp and pork spring rolls with a satay dip, coconut pancake with ...
... the river every night really give the place a magical atmosphere. An hour or two in town and we headed back for some rest and sleep.
The next day was a fairly lazy one. Just ambling around the place and grabbing some food and drinks here and there and again enjoying the atmosphere and colours once it fell dark. It's an easy place to kick back for a few days. We had only planned on one more night here as we wanted to get our visas extended and had read that Hoi ...
... will be the only time I spend 6 days on a motorbike in Vietnam venturing into areas that I could only experience with a local and where there'd be no other foreigners. I definitely felt like I got a taste of the "real Vietnam", which is harder to do in the big cities here which have tons of tourists even in low season like it is right now.
Once in Hoi An, Leo and Toan took us to our guesthouse and unloaded our luggage ...
... throughout the journey, so that the radioactive smell so often found in Vietnamese toilets made it's way down the bus and into our unsuspecting nostrils. Even if you needed the toilet there was no chance of you getting there as the floor was occupied by Vietnamese men and women. The lights turned themselves on and off, so those who were lucky enough to begin to drop off to sleep were rudely awakened by both flashing lights and the excessive use of the ...