We awoke to find the clothes we washed the night before were dry (towel drying the clothes combined with some light air-conditioning worked wonders).
After a relaxing breakfast we embarked on a self-guided walking tour of Ho Chi Minh, including a very confronting war museum, a relaxing inner city pagoda, street markets and about 12km of walking between. The amount of walking, the heat and the pollution from millions of scooters would give the Scrubba wash bag a run for it's money later in the day.
While walking back to our hostel we got to discussing what limitations there were on where and when you can wash your clothes with the Scrubba wash bag. After a suggestion that there was no limitations provided you had at least a couple of liters of water, we found ourselves washing our clothes on the footpath of one of the city's busiest roads during peak hour. Much to the curiosity of the locals, and after brief moment where we though we were in trouble with the authorities, our clothes were washed and ready to be hung up. Check out the footage on youtube: http://goo.gl/E8hLc.
With half our clothes drying, we donned our remaining outfit and headed out to experience the city's cuisine, local brews, cocktails and shish-a. On our return to the hostel, the Scrubba wash bag passed our lack of sobriety test, further demonstrating how easy it is to use.