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October 02, 2012



Glad that you like my hometown. Sometimes the beauty is hard to communicate.. not much glossy building like Orchard road...


In our house we only eat Nang Huong Cho Dao. Tried to trade down to the Mot Bui to save a few dongs, but it just wasn't the same.

 Rich McClellan

I really enjoyed your pictures. They brought back alot of memories. I was stationed in Bien Hoa in 1996, 17 miles from Saigon. I made several trips to Saigon. I had a vietnamese friend who lived in chinatown, it looks very much the same, stayed at his home often. Also, stayed in the Majestic Hotel 3 or 4 times. The traffic looks the same, only difference I see is the new buildings, skyscrapers. The food looks the same, ate alot of water buffalo on french bread. It was a real treat to have a meal like that, wish I could go back there. I loved the vietnamese people. Rich


Wonderful! Friends traveled there too, and loved it...

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