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My Trip to Vietnam

The beach and resort (not shown) is the perfect place to be

The beach and resort (not shown) is the perfect place to be

The beach and resort (not shown) is the perfect place to be My 10-year old dog Going on a motorbike to Ho Chi Minh City The swimming pool for kids at Dam Sen Water Park

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I was so excited when I arrived in Vietnam. I had summer early, so I just went to visit the rest of my family in Vietnam. I wasn't going to stay in vietnam the whole summer, though. I had to come back to buy school supplies for third grade. But in Vietnam, I had to do everything for myself. I woke up at four o'clock in the morning and I brushed my teeth and all the other things that we normally do in the morning. After that, it's time to do the chores. Sweeping, cooking, (I only know how to cook rice and sausage) feeding the chickens, and a lot more. In the afternoon, I would usually watch fifty minutes of tv then comes fishing. If I had free time I could go to a park, or drive on a motorcycle with friends, go to the beach and beat everyone in swimming, (hee hee!) but the next day, I'd have to wake up an hour earlier to clean up the mess we made. I guess when you have fun you also have punishments.

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Published on 7/11/11

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Dear dchat67

Contributor: vietnamtravel_hue [40] 8/21/11

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In vietnam we offer that tour with the name: home stay tour.
If you suprise with it. i will give you the intenality Programme to you.

Please give your email.

My email: dir@asiatravelland.com

Best regards.

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Sounds like fun!

Contributor: dchat67 [9] 7/13/11

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Wow this is so awesome! Thank you for sharing your story and beautiful photos! Sounds like a wonderful place to go to :)

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