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    Day 309 – Vietnamese delikatessen

    Scooter Journey Day 4: Dien Bien Phu -> Phong Thu, 175 km

    Dien Bien Phu Cemetary where approx. 3000 Vietnamese are buried after the fightings with the French in 1954...

    Dien Bien Phu Cemetery where approx. 3000 Vietnamese are buried after the fightings with the French in 1954...

    War relics from the 1954 Vietnam-France fightings in Dien Bien Phu...

    Muong Thanh Bridge in its original state...

    Dien Bien Phu Market. February 2007.

    Dien Bien Phu Market. February 2007.

    Dien Bien Phu Market. February 2007.

    Dien Bien Phu Market. February 2007.

    Woman in rice field

    Dien Bien Phu Market. February 2007.

    Hängebauchschwein...

    Suspension bridge near the Lao border

    Today's menu: Grilled stray dog... How bizarre!

    Today's menu: Grilled stray dog... How bizarre!

    Today's menu: Grilled stray dog... How bizarre!

    Chan Nua Village

    A scooter and a day pack's enough to make me happy!

    Lan Anh II Hotel built in a wooden thai-style house...Phong Thu, NW Vietnam.

    On this day..

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    One Response to “Day 309 – Vietnamese delikatessen”

    1. Fjumse Says:

      Jeps, det var tider, Thomas…

      Selvom det naturligvis ikke helt kan sammenlignes med Suzuki-cruise på cykelstierne i Ø-kvarteret med følelsen af, at man var en fandens karl, så er en Honda scooter i Vietnam absolut en værdig 2’er! Selv 15 år senere! 😉

      Knus din skønne Noah mange gange fra mig! Og hils de andre!

      KH, Nicolai

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