I got obsessed creating slideshows of our Vietnam trip, Eula had to point out this blog had become “heavy” with almost a dozen slideshows all uploading and playing at the same time.

So I created links to my slide site, but then I discover that I can actually put up the slides in the pages here. Hahaha! How fun to learn html! Besides, it’d be a shame not to show off the hundred (700+ Maria says) pictures we took of our ourselves with Vietnamese wares, the Notre Dame Cathedral, Vietcong booby traps, and even restaurant doors as backgrounds.

It appears we documented virtually every single thing we did. Oh yes. From our departure at the Changi Airport in Singapore to our goodbyes in Saigon.

Our first day, we just walked and walked around the shopping district and gawked at all the stuff. The next two days, we embarked on more serious sightseeing and marvelled at the Cu Chi Tunnels, War Remnants Museum, “Handicapt” Workshop, Saigon’s Palace, Post Office and the Notre Dame Cathedral. In between, we tried on some hats.

For more stories, see The Slow Hand.

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