|The view from our hotel. There were tall skinny buildings everywhere.|
|Our morning coffee view|
|I liked mine iced and J liked it hot.|
|The seats at the little coffee shops like this one were Baby O sized.|
|The sign by this said that sixteen political prisoners escaped through this|
underground sewer on December 24th, 1951. Five of them rejoined the resistance.
Our last day in Vietnam was good, but not action packed. We of course went for a coffee after breakfast. J had a conference call for work, I repacked, we did a little shopping and we went to the Ethnology Museum. The Vietnam Museum of Ethnology focuses on the fifty-four ethnic groups in Vietnam. The three acre property has an outdoor exhibit showing the many different styles of dwellings. This was my favorite part of the museum because we got to climb into and walk around all the different styles of dwellings.
|I believe this guy was on the fertility hut.|
|Bahnar Communal House|