Writing another exciting story on the overnight train from Hue to Ha Noi.
sent from my android.
|Street vendors seen from our hotel window|
|KOTO (Know one - teach one) cafe, which dedicates all their profits towards education of street children.|
|Brick ovens for "cooking" bricks|
|"Rice skin", as locals call it, is used for firing the oven since there is not enough wood / it's expensive.|
|Pho - the traditional Vietnamese noodle soup. We had this for dinner, but normally people have it for breakfast here.|
|These two young lads jumped to glue Gyula's beloved Tevas, by the time we noticed, he was standing barefoot in central Saigon. Then they've asked for an outrageous payment of 200000 dongs (8 euro), but settled for 10% of it without a word.|
|You can tap koalas at Billabong koala breeding center, but hugging and holding is not permitted, since it can cause too high stress levels for these super cute and sleepy animals|
|Koala with a 5 months old baby|
|Little kangaroos are much more relaxed with humans - we've seen quite a few of them in the wilderness, camping just a few meters away from a huge gas station|
|Family pictures and documents in Annie's Inn|
|Love letters from the guests|