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Bangkok vs Ho Chi Minh City – population size and other comparisons

Saigon, Vietnam - 25 August, 2017
August 25 · Issue #18 · View online
Nomadic Notes
Saigon, Vietnam - 25 August, 2017

Ho Chi Minh City Museum of Fine Arts.
Here is the pick of travel reads from around the web for this week.
~ James
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News related to future Southeast railways.
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Who rode it better?
This week saw two videos doing the rounds of crazy motorbike riders in Thailand and Vietnam.  This is circus-level skills here, but as they say in the school yard, it’s all fun and games until someone gets hurt.
The first rider is in Thailand is having a leisurely conversation on his bike.
Bangkok (click for the video).
The second rider (stander) is a shorter video so we have no idea how long he was standing for. This has a ghostly air to it, like it was some sort of apparition.
Danang (click for the video).
Lunch in Saigon. I went with a friend, who wrote about an important rule for eating lunch in Saigon.
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