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It is time for us to leave Cambodia and enter Thailand and some different food experiences. So we thought you might be feeling hungry and like to share some of the restaurants and foods we have experienced throughout Vietnam & … Continue reading
It is time for us to leave China and enter Vietnam and some different food experiences. So we thought you might be feeling hungry and like to share some of the restaurants and foods we have experienced throughout China and … Continue reading
This web site details our six month trip to South East Asia… Malaysia, China, Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, and back to Malaysia. The trip started in March 2014 and finished on 1st September. We could not commence our trip whilst our … Continue reading
Just a few minutes from the Hong Vina Hotel is the Ben Thanh Market, easily viewed from our window. We went for our morning stroll to the market one morning to buy some fruit for lunch, a pair of sandals … Continue reading
A short visit to a lacquer ware workshop for the disabled in Saigon Vietnam. The work is mind blowing, the designs are made using tiny pieces of eggshell and mother of pearl shell. We were told that the workshops provide … Continue reading
Whist in Saigon we visited a couple of places that we would like to tell you about. No video was made but we took some pictures. Here are a couple of these visits: 1. The war remnants museum: We did … Continue reading
One day we made our way to central Beijing. We could not come to Beijing and say we had not seen the CBD. It is big, as one would expect, with very tall modern buildings. We asked in one if … Continue reading