Ho chi men city sunset, it’s too smoggy for an actual sunset.
Last night Bryn and I found a live turtle at a restaurant so we bought him and caught a taxi up to the river and walked a kilometer up to set him free, his name is Tortie McTortison.
Bryn called it “The Tipsy Turtle adventures”
Today we went to the markets in Phan Tiet, it was hectic and smelt like dead fish times 1 million. I only got about 20 meters in when I saw beautiful ducks (still alive) crushed on top of one another, wings broken, cawing in pain. Bryn took me out and the rest went ahead. Even Sam (Bryns tough, rough, sporty cousin) said he found it overwhelming. Humans have so little respect or empathy - keeping them alive like that is so cruel.
On a lighter note I have discovered a new fruit! It’s called ‘Moon fruit’ it tastes like cake mix!
This is CHAM island - only 3000 people live there and it’s 80% monkeys! The fishing net pictured above is made only on Cham island! The people were happy to see us but I swear if one more person says “cheap for you! Happy hour!” I will stuff a mango where the sun don’t shine.
Me, Abbie and a puppy called ‘Hee’ (most of the dogs names here are ‘Dog’)