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Sunday, November 10: Day 203 – Be Patient

International Christian Fellowship in Phnom Penh was a small congregation of less than 25 with visitors from China, Ireland, Australia, Phillipines, USA, and England. Next week they will have a...

Monday, November 4: Day 196 – Famous Hotels

We leave Vung Tau with our bags and lunches packed and say goodbye to our lizard friend. We have learned to coexist. We arrive back in Saigon and check in to a modern hotel called The Reverie Saigon...

Saturday, November 2: Day 194 – Little Rio

Today we walked to the Høn Bá island where there is a Buddhist temple which is only accessible during low tide. The views here are interesting and the breeze is so welcome! The path was very rocky...

Friday, November 1: Day 193 – Beach, Baby!

A day to relax and reflect at the beach. We have seen so many scars from the war, but we have also experienced healing. Today both sides have regrets. The Vietnamese had war imposed on them. American...

Tuesday, October 29: Day 190 – Mekong River

We had a wonderful experience on our tour of Vietnam with G- Adventures. Our tour group of 16 was fun and engaging. Law was an amazing ambassador for his country. We learned so much. He made a video...

Monday, October 28: Day 189 – Tunnel Vision

Today we drove to the Cu Chi Tunnels. This extensive network of tunnels allowed the Viet Cong to live underground and undetected for years. Much of the bombing was to eliminate these tunnels. Cu Chi...

Sunday, October 27: Day 188 – Giveaway

We arrived at Agape New Generation Church where we were greeted by a young lady named Sofie. She introduced us to the pastor of three years named Angel. How appropriate! They were so happy that we...

Wednesday, October 23: Day 184 – Huế Cool!

Huế is pronounced Way and is a fun city to explore especially by motorbike. Today we are a convoy of motorbikes taking a city tour. We are passengers (thankfully) and here is my driver. When taxi cab...

Tuesday, October 22: Day 183 – Kayaking

This morning we were at breakfast by 6:30am in order to go kayaking in Ha Long Bay. The sun is out and the skies are blue. Smooth sailing…kayaking! Law goes to a lot of trouble to make sure...

Monday, October 21, Day 182 – Ha Long Bay

We are back in Hanoi, the heart of northern Vietnam. Hanoi is called the Paris of the East. Saigon is like a small Europe as it has been influenced by multiple countries. I learned a new word:...

Saturday, October 19: Day 180 – Rice Fields

We ride to Mai Châu where we drive to visit some local farmers and spend the night in an ecolodge that they built and maintain. They try to develop tourism yet maintain their culture. Lifestyles are...

Friday, October 18: Day 179 – Hanoi Hilton

Xin chào means hello. Cảm ơn means thank you. Tạm biệt means goodbye. In the north they don’t shake hands or hug. Arms are crossed with the head down. Greet the oldest person first to pay...

Tuesday, October 15: Day 176 – Pandemonium

We left Amman, Jordan, yesterday and flew all night. Three flights with stops in Abu Dhabi (in the Middle East) and Bangkok. In the afternoon we arrived in Hanoi exhausted from lack of sleep. Our...

Sunday, October 13: Day 174 – Desert Castle

Jamel who manages all of the mud-wallowing tourists at the Dead Sea took a shine to us. So much so that he gave us a water bottle container full of Dead Sea mud to take with us. Since we can’t...

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