Please explain how my Chinese neighbor who has a clothing business managed to get his hands on AID money to pay for his Lexus?dirtymacca wrote: ↑Fri Apr 07, 2017 2:39 pmWe crawled into Phnom Penh in time to enjoy the delights of PP's finest pilots of Lexus, Land Drovers and other machines that they don't know how to drive but no problem........ all paid for with AID money donated by other countries......
Ha ha ha... Bingo man... please explain your pissed off attitude about tired old cliches! Sounds a bit like you!
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Ho Chi Minh Road: Motorbike Guide
Last updated May 2016 | Words and photos by Vietnam Coracle
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The Ho Chi Minh Road is fast becoming famous as one of the most scenic routes for a motorbike road trip in Asia. Although it will eventually stretch from the southern-most tip of the country to its northern border with China, to date (2016) the Ho Chi Minh Road has been fully paved from Saigon in the south to Hanoi in the north: nearly 2,000km of unbroken road, cutting through some of the most spectacular landscape in Vietnam. The best scenery can be found along the central section, where a landscape of endless limestone mountains, covered in a thick fleece of tropical rainforest and dissected by clear blue rivers, stretches to the horizon: if you only ride one part of the Ho Chi Minh Road, make sure it’s this one. Below is my full guide to the Ho Chi Minh Road, including route information, places to stay and eat, and things to see and do along the way.
http://vietnamcoracle.com/ho-chi-minh-r ... best-bits/
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My family owns a cafe restaurant on that road, and it's been completely screwed over and has since gone out of business since the began tearing up that road.
Most of my family that lives out that way now has moved into the city because driving would take 2 or 3 hours a day.
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some old Vietnamese women who he deemed were talking too much........a journey I'll never forget....over 12 hours ,leaving Snooky 8am ,arriving HCMC approaching 9pm....
saying that,I love Vietnam,but I much prefer Hanoi to HCMC .....tho' I found the food much better in HCMC.
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