Nha Trang

Nha Trang was a beach town with quite a few Russians. There are a lot of Russian people that live there and it is a big Russian tourist destination. They even have special menus for Russians at restaurants. A lot of writing on signs was in vietnamese, english and Russian. I never figured out why or how Nha Trang became such a big Russian town/tourist destination, but to be honest I don’t really care. Despite the large amount of Russians, I did enjoy the nice beach and people I met there.

My first hostel in Nha Trang I stayed 2 nights, but I didn’t like the vibe so I moved to a new one called “I Home Hostel” and loved it.

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Haha true story

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The owner took us out a few times for dinner. We would spend nights together having drinks and listening to some of the staff play the guitar.

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The hostel owner Andy took us out to dinner. We had an awesome time!
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Pig Ear
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Eating pigs ear for the first time
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mmmmmm
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Too many body parts in this stew to remember. I’ll leave it to your imagination.
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Having my first frozen beer! They are amazingly refreshing!
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Having hot pot! You just throw in all the noodles, meat and vegetables and cook it all up at the table. So fun!
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Squid
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Frog
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Pork Skin

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I was walking down the street my first night when I stopped to listen to some guys playing music on the street. I ended up sitting there for a while listening to them play and sing. I chatted with them for a bit and they invited me to come hear their band play at a coffee shop a couple days later. I took up there offer and was the only non-vietnamese person in the coffee shop. After they finished playing at the coffee shop they took me back to the street where I met them the first time. We spent the rest of the night listening to music and singing songs on the street. It was such an awesome experience!

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This lady was walking by and wanted to dance
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Ken
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Drum box

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Randoms

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Met a Cambodian on the street. Really nice guy
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drinks at a skybar
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Trey needed a taller chair. He also ordered a California burrito and thought the french fries came on the side lol
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ice cream cone

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2 thoughts on “Nha Trang

  1. Greetings from SF!! I’ve loved reading your posts! Glad your out there seeing the world. Reminds me of my travels when I was your age… Inspiration to get out there and do it again. I liked the frozen beer pic, when I was there it was luke warm Singha. Not refreshing.
    Cheers, Denise

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  2. Vancy Pants!! Are you going to teach English somewhere? Or are you moving on out of SE Asia? When I was there, there was no internet, or cell phones,only paper airline tickets and travel agents… Wow how times have changed but, remarkably still the same! Cheers, Denise

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