Well guess what my dream man has to live up to even more.
Not only does he have to be handsome, rich, caring, good sense of humour ( just to be with me I think ) loving,
Good natured, love my family as much as I do, he also has to own a motor bike and love to travel.
Not a lot of hope I reckon. Especially if he saw me trying to get off the bike, after climbing rocks riding for two days I can hardly walk for five minutes. But worth it.
Another great day with the lads, certainly look after us. Started with a museum, then took us to where they make rice noodle showing how they are made. Will add pictures when I can.
Also how they make rice paper with sesame that we had for supper last night.
After a ride through great countryside and villages we went to the Dray Sap National Park. After a long walk we came across a wonderful waterfall, another photo session. You just can't help taking pictures. We then decided we would like to go for swim, without realising that we had to climb down many rocks, but it was worth it, not even cold. We then climbed again to another waterfall that we could get under it was great fun but scary.
Climbing back up to the bikes, dry and off we go.
Lunch was had before a drive through more amazing countryside to get us to the home stay we are at tonight. The scenery is to beautiful to explain never what I imagined Vietnam to be.
Certainly a motor bike is the best way, I could keep going with these guys. No they don't fit the image.!!
Lying on the floor now under a mosquito net in a village somewhere out in the sticks. Great supper.
Up at 5.00am to catch the sunset.
I had a little tear again today whilst riding along thinking how lucky I am to be able to do this, plus how beautiful the world is when there is no fighting in it
This will have been published at a later date as no Internet here.