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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 1-4
Trip to
Dalat

Oct 5-12
Back inn
Nha Trang

Oct 11-16
Back inn
Nha Trang

Oct 11-19
Trip to
Quy Nhon

Oct 20-25
Back inn
Nha Trang

Oct 26-31
Back inn
Nha Trang

 

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Another week in Nha Trang.

Nam from Alapaca and his fancy glasses.

Martin keeps tab on his cash. It has a tendency to disappear.

 

Her is Martin's Thai money and some NOKs.

Martin is sending his passport to Saigon. Here are the envelopes.

Martin's blue medicine, that he gets free from the Norwegian Government. or part of them.

 

 

The green pool next to the beach is not ready for use.

The pool at TranvVienDong Hotel is still reasonable clean, but neither clean nor clear.

Martin's bike driver De, Lan and Martin at Lan's shop.

Bike driver De and Martin at Lan's shop, a hole in the wall.  

June 21st, ViAnh visiting.

Techom bank branch. A greedy, useless bank with hopeless IT support.

Vincom plaza where the bank is situated. Not far from the hotel and pool.

 

One of the many empty hotels in Nha Trang. 22 000 Chinese used to show up on a monthly basis. They are all gone.

ViAnh in the pool.

Here ViAnh is playing in the pool. Martin in the background.

After swim coffee. ViAnh and Martin is having fun.

Off to Alpaca Restaurant. Martin's favorite in Nha Trang. Goes there 3-4 times a week.

They have an unique menu on a metal board. Very original.

Upstairs seats some 20 guests.

And outside on the balcony, another 2.

The food is made on the 3rd floor from the ground. Using a lift with a stern warning.

The inside on the ground floor seats 8 and outside another 10.

Unique bottle shapes for the water. A real trademark of the restaurant.

 

 

Craft beer. Not nice and too expensive. Why not Saigon White? Costs one 7th of the craft beer for a ,45 liter bottle.

The staff gets only one shirt with the trademark "A" on the back.

Jenny hard at work. She is nice and her "A"-shirt is in the wash.

 

 

As a regular, I get 10% off everyting. Nice incentive for frequent guests.

The craft beer. Martin doesn't like and it is too expensive.

Martin and granddaughter  at ground lever.

Watch the video of the restaurant. Gives a good overview. Download it first if it doesn't play. 66Mbytes, takes some time.

Always a stop at Lan's. A lovely woman that always smiles and welcomes Martin.  

June 23rd, Norwegians from Vietnam.

Dave, a new teacher to the class.

Dave making a point.

 

An amazing group from Saigon. Romain a French man that speaks excellent English, which is rare, Nina from Norway and Ann from Vietnam.

Nina grew up in Norway and is Norwegian citizen and speaks fluent, Norwegian, English and Vietnamese. Ann speaks very good English for a Vietnamese .

Fishing boats on the harbor.

Unique dish, dried squid grilled. Real dry.

The man serving the squid. Nice old man like Martin.

View over the harbor with a nice natural stone hedge in the front.

On Tuesday Jun 24th, it was time for for visa hassels.

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Last updated on March 23, 2020 at 04:26 hours.