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Ho Chi Minh City....

Much faster paced than Hanoi,

or anywhere else in the country,

Saigon can get far too noisy, and sweaty.

If this affects you, then catch the jet-foil to Vung Tau. There are a variety of beaches around the peninsular, and even a Rio-like statue of Christ the Redeemer, and a small open-air church for the tourist inclined.

Cybercafe in Saigon
An economy student
installing software.

There was something of a cyber cafe in Saigon.
No Internet access, although we could send email.

We hired a cyclo driver to take us there:
TAM TAM cyber cafe, 87 Tran Quang Kha

Rickshaw driver, Vietnam.

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Asia Index

Nomadic Gatherings - Travels in Asia and Australia

Travel on trains and buses in Asia, then jump into cars with complete strangers in Australia and New Zealand as Michel introduces you to a collection of characters that bring Nomadic Gatherings to life.

If you can't afford to buy a copy of Nomadic Gatherings, the chapters are slowly being made available online - for free.

You may even decide that it really is worth having a hard copy in your hands; a useful read for those long bus journeys being written about, and for endless waits at ferry ports.

Nomadic Gatherings - Online Chapters.

Find out more about Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, The Middle East, and The Americas.
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