More of Nha Trang
I know I’ve talked about the traffic. This picture is on a SLOW day, with basically NO traffic, and still it’s just a cacophony of noise and chaos. There were days where you just prayed to the gods when you tried to cross the street. I held Paul’s hand, I was actually that scared…..
We weren’t able to take a good picture of the traffic, but here’s a pic from the ‘net that’s more indicative of what it was like, no exaggeration:
The electrical wiring on the streets is just astounding… Most of it hangs down low enough to catch your head on…….
And Vietnamese coffee – yowza!!! I like my coffee strong, but man, none of us could drink the VN Coffee without diluting it 3-to-1. It comes to you as a 1-cup-drip set up and makes about 2 tablespoons of thick black sludge. It tastes great once you add water to it.
One morning we walked across a bridge to explore the area, and it was such an interesting mix of ultra-modern buildings and old traditional boats.
Next, Ho Chi Minh……………..