We are in Nha Trang now, and I want to share just a little glimpse. This is a view from our hotel balcony
where we settled ourselves once we got here from the airport – a drive of maybe half an hour through some beautiful countryside – but to my view, the driving habits are a bit strange. Anyway, once settled, we decided we needed a late lunch
after which we wandered around our section of the town. We found a Blind Massage place, which reached out and lured us in. It is named such because you really are massaged by blind people. This one was only $7, and was even better than the one Kat and I had in Ho Chi Minh – but I think I will not have anymore of them while we are here. The pressure has made my legs a bit sore, so I think it’s time to take a break. Next time will be a pedicure and then a manicure, I think. Those are a whopping $2 each!
After massaging and wandering, we headed to the beach, an easy walk. We found the Louisiane Brewhouse, and saw they had a table with our names blinking in red and green neon lights. You believe that, right? It was necessary to stop, to sample their wares