Apr 9-16, second week of lockdown.
The pictures below are thumbnails, meaning they are small copies of the real thing. You just click them. The weather in Norway, Vietnam and Cambodia.

Leaving Norway for Bangkok

Mar 11
Off to Vietnam

Mar 11-15
Nha Trang

Mar 16-23
Nha Trang

Apr 1- 8
Nha Trang

Apr 12-16
Nha Trang

Apr 17-23
Nha Trang

Apr 24-30
Nha Trang

May 1- 8
Nha Trang

May 8-11
Tuy Hoa - Saigon Hotel

May 12-14
Nha Trang

May 15-17
Tuy Hoa - Saigon Hotel

May 18-23
Nha Trang

May 24-31
Nha Trang

May 28-30
Tuy Hoa - Saigon Hotel

Jun 1- 8
Nha Trang

Jun 9-16
Nha Trang

Jun 17-22
Nha Trang

Jun 23-26
Saigon

Jul 1- 7
Nha Trang

July 8
Sill in
Vietnam

Jul 9-16
Nha Trang

Jul 17-22
Nha Trang

Jul 23
Saigon & Hans

Jul 24
Saigon & Jeeps

Jul 25
Saigon & Mekong

Jul 26
Back to Nha Trang

Jul 27-31
Nha Trang

Aug 1-8
Still in
Nha Trang

Aug 9-15
Still in
Nha Trang

Aug 16-22
Mui Ne

Aug 23-25
Still in
Nha Trang

Aug 26-31
Trio to
Phu Quoc

Sep 2-8
Still in
Nha Trang

Sep 9-16
Still in
Nha Trang

Sep 17-23
Trip to   
Con Dao

Sep 24-30
Back inn
Nha Trang

Oct 1- 8
Back inn
Nha Trang

Oct 9-16
Back inn
Nha Trang

Oct 17-24
Back inn
Nha Trang

Oct 25-31
Back inn
Nha Trang

 

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Phuong took a trip to Tuy Hua to exhume her brother that died 35 years ago.

Digging the old coffin out.

Then he was repacked in a smaller one.

Then sealed anew and ready to be buried with his parents in Nha Trang.  
Apr 13th, we visited the graveyard where Phuong's parents were buried.

First, we bought some incense to burn.

Phuong and Martin in front of Phuong's parents grave.

The grave themselves.

Phuong's mother.

Phuong's neighbor.

Rubbish is omnipresent all over Vietnam. Also on the grave yeard.

Big industrial crane for building materials just outside the grave yard.

Apr 14th, Phuong is an excellent cook. Here you have the lunch. Grilled oysters with cheese and peanuts.

She cooks some local pumpkin and makes a very good cool drink out of them.

Martin's lovely oyster lunch. Really tasty, and cheap.

For dinner it was honey glazed shrimps with garlic and onions. Absolute fantastic.

The following day, Martin was served grilled chicken wings with garlic, onions, cucumbers and rice bread. Phuong's Restaurant is really good.

Apr 16th, Phuong made nail screws, something Martin never has tasted before. A shellfish of kind.

 

Martin thought is was bamboo first, but more like oyesters.  

On Friday April 17th, it was time for third week of lockdown.

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Last updated on March 22, 2020 at 09:28 hours.