Apparently there was plague or insufficient of medical aids in Vietnam, many children didn’t make it to 3 years old.
But I am sure glad that they are safe in the Lord’s arms.
This scene really brings back my childhood memories when I see this vendor preparing it.
I want… I want….
About 15 mins from the city center is Dong De, famous for Xom Bong Bridge.
You'll see what life is like where the river flows to the sea
After the bathing in the mineral bath tub, come to this stone open bathroom for mineral high-pressure water rays. Just like you're having a massage session with your favorite masseuse.... :)
Those cyclo were waiting for customers outside Vien Dong (which means Far East) Hotel. Quite a pretty sight with yellow leaves falling ain't it?
Can you see different shades of blue in this photo?
Btw, it was 1:36pm at my camera indicated, but one person was still swimming in the sea... I bet it's NOT a local.
Or touristier.... (?)
Those huts are an epitome that Nha Trang's getting more touristy. When I left there wasn't one.
In this pic you'll see how smooth our sand is
Built in the design of a Galleon the aquarium is an interesting way to spend an hour especially if you are in to Fish as I am.
To get there we took a boat which was fun in itself.
Tran Phu Boulevard is Nha Trang most famous thoroughfare. It runs the length of the beach with several major hotels located within a few steps from the beach.
Poklong Garai Cham Tower - Phan Rang
View the ancient temples ruins of the Cham people whom occupied this part of Vietnam before the Vietnamese conquest.