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Today wraps up my visit to Vietnam. I visited a couple of historic museums in the city but skipped the War Remnants Museum and the Cu Chi Tunnels among others. The War Remnants Museum is a collection of US warplanes, … Continue reading
I arrived in Hoi An, a city about a half hour from Da Nang, on Saturday. I’ve spent the last three days seeing a variety of sites around the city. One of the places I wanted to go was the … Continue reading
I took a day trip to Ninh Binh today. It’s about 3 1/2 hours southeast of Hanoi. First, here’s a look at motorbike traffic during rush hour this morning as we were leaving town. The downtown streets were nearly impassable. … Continue reading
It was a three hour bus ride from Hanoi to Halong Bay for my 3-day/2-night cruise. We stopped at a craft village were handicapped individuals produce artwork and jewelry to sell to tourists. There’s enamel painting, thread art, sculpture, and … Continue reading
They are the two most important ingredients for traffic. It took a few minutes to work up the gumption to cross the street in Hanoi. The most important accessory on a car or motorbike is a horn. The most important … Continue reading
I arrived in Vietnam last Friday after an overnight flight from Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia through Seoul, South Korea. I had arranged for my Vietnamese visa online to speed up the clearance process. I’m glad I did because the “speeded up” process … Continue reading