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Sunday, 24 April 2016

Little Prince on vacation in Vietnam






Still not officially back but a brief post for Wordless Wednesday.
The Little Prince saw and learnt a lot in Vietnam, and the most interesting lessons were that there are 2 sides to every story, even in history, that the world isn't as global as you think, and that tourists are idiots, even when I'm the tourist. (or maybe that should be especially when I'm the tourist).





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19 comments:

  1. That little prince sure gets around!!!
    Thanks for sharing at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2016/04/worlds-best-meatloaf-recipe-wordful.html

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  2. I would love to visit Vietnam, it looks like a beautiful country. Look forward to hearing more about your trip when you get back.

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  3. Looks great over there. That's one lucky prince. Maybe in my next life I will come back as Little Prince so I can go places 'in the suitcase'!

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  4. Well the Prince has been busy this week heheh!

    Have a princetastic week :-)

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  5. They say history is his - story. It is told by the winners, probably with a bit of fabrication attached.

    http://joycelansky.blogspot.com/2016/04/ww-big-america.html

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  6. Thanks for linking up at NanaHood!

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  7. That little prince gets to see more than I do! I bet Vietnam was awesome! :-)

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  8. I'd love to go to Vietnam some day. I've been to Cambodia, and have been told that the culture is very similar, but I'd still like to go. I hope you had a brilliant time, and Happy Wordless Wednesday! xx

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  9. Gorgeous Little Prince. I had two 'unrelated' friends on holidays in Vietnam during the school holidays stunning me with their adventures and photos.
    Thank you for linking up.

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  10. Great shots! Vietnam is high on my list of places to visit and I LOVE their cuisine. One of my favourites. Was it a good place to visit with kids? Did you feel safe?

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    1. Crossing the road is a whole new ballgame - and a few car trips were a little hair raising but safety is pretty much the same as here, so I'm not entirely what you mean by that. Infact I probably felt safer than here (less weirdos). That said, we had money issues with atms and our credit card has been skimmed well into the thousands (but that may've been here before we left, who knows). So there will be a post on the travel blog shortly on a better way to manage it. Kids loved it but our youngest didn't eat much of the food so lived on chips and one night had waffles and ice cream for dinner because she didn't want to eat rice....

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    2. Interestingly the big resorts had life savers on the beach (and I was told to swim between the flags in Da Nang by the resort life guard - in no waves) and most of the hotel pools have life guards. So I guess safer than here on that count too...

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  11. Beautiful shots and great to see some of your travels!

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  12. Great pic Lydia and welcome back to the land of the blogging

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  13. A well travelled prince, indeed! I am living vicariously through his adventures. Love Vietnam.

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  14. This looks like a lovely place to visit! I hope you are really enjoying your travels.

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  15. I'm a bit jealous of Little Prince! I'd love to go to Vietnam... One day!

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  16. Vietnam what an exotic trip. Look like your Little Prince saw a lot.

    Lisa @ Life Thru the Lens

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  17. Cute photos! I bet he had a lot of fun on his travels.

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