Saigon days

Continuing last month’s travel from Cambodia to Vietnam’s Ho Chi Minh City. First thing I love about this part of our trip is the food. Their pho and banh mi were delicious and I can’t get enough of the coffee especially the iced milk coffee which you can find in any street food stall. On the other hand, a bit agitating was the sheer volume of motorbikes and navigating around them was not an easy thing to do. The city’s sites were walking distance to each other and although we were really tired from all the walking, we got to enjoy the scenes and the experience. Of course, we did not end our trip without trying our haggling skills at Ben Thanh Market and Saigon Square. Before we know it, it was closing time already and time to hop on the plane and go home.

Click here for the first leg of our trip: Cambodia.


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