We spent our last few days in Vietnam in the city formerly (and still informally) known as Saigon. What did we do in the largest city in Vietnam?
We refined the art of crossing the street. There’s a certain sense of satisfaction, zen even, that comes from becoming one with the traffic.
We drank lots and lots of cà phê sữa nóng.
We people watched.
We learned about a war (one specific perspective of it, anyway).
We got Alicia’s beloved and trusty Chacos repaired. (Bought second-hand nine years ago!)
And we generally just wandered around. Like you do.
Oh yeah. We ate so much food. Our “What We Ate in Vietnam” post is coming up next. And it’s a long, delicious list.