Based on our travels through Cambodia, we’ve put together a Top 10 Things To Do list. These activities are based on our own experiences in the country, and therefore may differ from other people’s lists. So without further ado and in no particular order: 1. Shooting Range There are several places throughout Cambodia where you can let off some steam and fire some automatic weaponry. And compared to North
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More T-Shirt Biz We went back to the mall a few days later to check on our samples but they got the colour scheme wrong. So we showed them what to change/fix and we returned the following day. The logos looked cool and we were happy with them when we returned to the tank top place. But with enough crinkling, the logo creased, cracked and showed substantial wearing. They assured us
The bus rides from Vang Vieng to Bangkok sucked. The first one had no air conditioning and I was stinky and sweaty in the back of the stuffy bus. I felt bad for sitting next to the people I was sitting next to. I’m sure the girl beside me was grossed out. Then again, she was just as sweaty. Anyways, the bus rides were lame and the border was lame.
Luke The Saviour! Our good friend Luke joined us on our second or third night there and was heartily welcomed by all. By which I mean he saved all our asses. He brought Ryker his Selsun Blue, he brought Gatty a new underwater camera, HE BROUGHT ME MY CREDIT CARD!!! God was I ever happy about that. Oh, I guess he didn’t bring Rush anything. Rush was all good. But
We got off our bus at Central Backpackers. It had a little restaurant on the ground floor with a solid menu of inexpensive food and shakes, and the rooms had A/C (cost more to get it turned on). We liked the place and stayed there the entire duration of our Laos experience. We arrived at night so there wasn’t much to do, but I THINK we went to Smile Bar
We arrived in Hanoi only a couple of days after Russia. We knew he was at a backpackers hostel but we literally had no clue which way to go upon entering the city. So we just kinda followed our instincts/highest congestion of traffic until we decided we’d better pull over and get some wifi. Well we happened to get ourselves within only a few blocks of his place, so he
Then There Were Three Again Rush left us the next morning, and the three of us rode out. The next part of our drive was absolutely beautiful! It was all mountains after Da Nang, and on the map, it was called Cloud Pass or something. My bike didn’t make it very far before dying out again, so we turned around and got it fixed up a bit before trying again.
To Qui Nhon! It was a good distance away but still a decent sized city so we trekked all day and made it there before sundown. It was a nice hotel room: two rooms with two beds each, nice amenities, a couple fridges and a balcony overlooking the city. It was dope. Cost us a pretty penny too. And unfortunately I left my full moon party shirt to dry on
Dalat, no. Nha Trang, yes. After leaving Mui Ne, we headed for Dalat: the mountain city. It’s a couple hours inland from the coast, but supposedly a cool city to check out. We stuck to our coastal driving route until the turn off, but missed it somehow, so we just kept going. Looks like the new ‘next stop’ is Nha Trang. A few hours later, we arrived. It’s a big
Ho Chi Minh City = Saigon So our bus pulls over at our destination in Saigon, Vietnam at about 8am. We’re pretty close to the tourist strip too, which is convenient, so naturally we decide to get food and figure out where we are and where we’re going. This is when we learned the important skill of crossing a street. There is SO much traffic everywhere in Vietnam, you