Tag Archives: Saigon

Some Things I Might Have Done Differently….

I think this blog, unless I’ve anything pertinent to add, has hit a dead-end. I’ll try to keep it going, but tell your friends, once you’ve read it, to keep the hits and views coming. I thought, I’d mention a … Continue reading

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A Ridiculous Altercation – Everyone’s Coming to Saigon

If you’re faced with killing time, you’d hope there’d be plenty of things to do. Not so in Saigon, unless you book a place on a day-long Mekong Delta tour or lounge on your behind all day swilling beers in … Continue reading

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Thoughts about the Vietnam War – A Chinese Photographer

Saigon, because it lacks the jumbled-street character of Hanoi: its roads and streets are broader and straighter, isn’t as interesting as the capital city, and doesn’t have its vibrancy. However, this doesn’t mean that it isn’t easier to get around … Continue reading

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To Saigon, and a Mistaken Money Worker

While traveling through Vietnam, it is puzzling, if not interesting, to note the many times you will see Ho Chi Minh City referred to as Saigon, and the other way round. It’s as if the city can’t shackle off it’s … Continue reading

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