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Greetings from Saigon!  I've been getting back in the habit of putting out a weekly blog post. While
 
August 18 · Issue #17 · View online
Nomadic Notes
Greetings from Saigon! 
I’ve been getting back in the habit of putting out a weekly blog post. While doing this I realised I should expand my archive of places and stories in Saigon, so this weeks article is of an unusual place to visit in the city. 
I’m here for the rest of the month and then I have a bunch of travels planned for September.
Here are this weeks best travel and world interest reads from around the web.
~ James

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Cafe Saigon 1975 – a war memorabilia cafe in Ho Chi Minh City
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