After we stayed for the food festival one extra day in HCM, we didn’t have much time left for Mekong Delta. For the first time in Vietnam, we used the local buses. It takes more time but it’s much cheaper. For Ben Tre you can go with a local bus for (5000D) to one of the main stations and then use a bus for 50.000D or 75.000D (this one has ac and drops you wherever you want). We wanted to stay close to the river so we found…

This is a big event that everybody talks about. The sunday market where all the main roads are closed and vendors put up their stalls with clothes, souvenirs and food all trough the street, on both sides. It means only one thing. Shopping! It seems what whole Thailand is about, spend as much as you can. You get some good value, tough đŸ˜‰ Our mission: buy some clothes and eat. Eat eat eat! I think we did pretty well (see the pictures :D). We like to try different…

Yesterday we met one of Mic’s friends he met couple of years ago, when traveling in India. We hung out with Sheldon, who actually lives in Toronto, all day on the beach, drinking beer and then he treated us with some traditional Goan dinner. It was delicious! In the evening we went to a popular club Cape Town where Indian girls get crazy and Russian men show their tanned burnt skin. Rickshaws are expensive here. We did some shopping today. So if you want to know what you can…

”We are living in a jungle!” It looks like it but it’s not that scary jungle you would imagine. Palm trees and other luscious surroundings embrace us but as I write this I have wifi, a computer and tea  beside me. This is nice đŸ™‚ We’re staying at Peter’s Inn and we’re living in his house. His family keeps to itself and we only see them from time to time. It’s not very hot, it’s actually typical spring weather. Hot during the day and cold at night. I…