A hobbit's adventure teaching in Vietnam
02 Sep 2013 7 Comments
Independence Day 02/09/13 HCMC
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Sep 06, 2013 @ 08:22:01
Would’ve loved to be in HCM for the celebrations – we were in Hue and nothing happened 😦 … Unless of course we missed it, but we did ask!
Sep 06, 2013 @ 09:21:04
To be honest, HCM was pretty quiet! Other than the flags dotted around, I don’t know of any special celebrations that occurred. And when I asked my students what they did, they all just said they caught up on sleep! So don’t worry! What did you think of Hue? I haven’t had chance to go there yet. Thanks for taking the time to comment 🙂
Sep 06, 2013 @ 20:18:26
Would be spending a weekend on HCM. Would it be safe for a female solo traveler? 🙂
Sep 06, 2013 @ 21:10:30
Absolutely! HCMC is like any other city really – plenty of solo travellers around! As with any other city though, just keep your wits about you, keep an eye on your belongings at all times. Can’t recommend this city enough, I love it 🙂 when you thinking of heading this way?
Sep 07, 2013 @ 05:26:01
Good to hear that. 🙂 I’d be visiting on the 14th. Hope its not raining on those days. 🙂
Sep 07, 2013 @ 07:05:06
Unfortunately we’re in the middle of the rainy season – but i’ll keep my fingers and toes crossed that it stays dry for you! Enjoy!
Sep 07, 2013 @ 07:47:00
I’m used to rains but was hoping I could just have an uneventful rounds of the city. Just gonna bring a rain coat then. Thanks! Have a great weekend.
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