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We just spent a week in Saigon. Quite a few people, when they heard we were visiting Saigon for an entire week, said “oh, I’m sorry.” And, in all honesty, I really wouldn’t recommend any tourist spend an entire week … Continue reading
(Other than this introductory paragraph, this post has been ghost written by Lisa on behalf of Robert. First, because Robert by all accounts has never been much of a writer, even though he is a great talker. But, more importantly, … Continue reading
If you are what you eat, I am currently nothing but a big bowl of khao soi. We spent 14 nights in Chiang Mai, and I ate 17 bowls of khao soi in that time. I know, I know, some … Continue reading
We aren’t typically the type of people that book a bunch of food tours. They almost never represent value for the money. (How can they, when excellent street food costs only a dollar or two?) And, we tend to be … Continue reading
After a few quiet days in Quy Nhon, last Wednesday we made our way by “mini-bus” to Hoi An. (Of course, our hotel promised us a big bus….to our credit, we didn’t believe the hotel.).