On US interstates there are rest stops. On the NY State thruway and the Pennsylvania turnpike there are service areas. Well Viet Nam is no different...okay well maybe a little different. This is a road side rest stop on AH1. Here you can get food drinks and grab a nap in a hammock in the cool shade of the trees. We don't have hammocks at US rest stops. What's up with that?
It was apparently too early in the morning for the Harley dealer to be open but on motorbike ally in Ho Chi Minh city there it was. I did spot two of them in HCMC traffic...they tend to stand out among the little motorbikes. Last but not least below is a video of traffic in HCMC. It made me really appreciate Da Nang traffic.
This video was taken about 9:15 in the morning about two blocks from our hotel. I wanted to include it just to give you a parting glimpse of the busyness of Ho Chi Minh city compared to an early entry of traffic in Da Nang
I will continue entries to this blog as the return/reentry to the US and the culture shock of coming home becomes reality.
Next vacation visit beautiful Viet Nam...but do not drive a motorbike.
Hen gap lai