Half a year. Six months. 186 days. Regardless of how you want to define it, this trip has now gone on longer than I ever expected it to. Along the way there have been a number of ridiculous (and potentially previously unmentioned) stories. Today seems like a great day to make a summary of the last 186 days and share some details of the stories that have previously remained secret. Perhaps “summary” isn’t the best way to describe this – there are a lot of pictures, some old stories, some new stories, and then more pictures.
So two Vietnamese, two Americans, two Danes, a Brit, two Canadians, and a Frenchwoman walk into a bar…
How do you say, “I’m sorry officer” in Vietnamese?
The following is a collection of cellphone pictures of various food I’ve had over the last few weeks. Pretend for a few minutes that this is Twitter and you’ll get the idea.
As I’ve traveled throughout Vietnam for nearly a month, the same set of thoughts keep coming to my head – “Why is there so much USA love here?”
Both Mui Ne and Vung Tau are Vietnamese tourist locations with a primary offering of “beach”.
Driving along the southern coastline of Vietnam, I had to tell myself to stop wanting to stop and breathe in each new beach I passed.
Da Lat – a city the French built at the top of a mountain.
So…I put all of the video of Vietnam I’ve been shooting into a blender and this is what came out. Not going to be that much more to add before I head to Cambodia – some different beaches and an even bigger city (Ho Chi Minh).
Another magical ride through the perilous mountains of Vietnam…