This is the bridge that crosses the Ben Hai river which served as the border between North and South Vietnam before and during the war. It was part of the DMZ (Demilitarized Zone). Now there is a statue on the North Side (far in the distance of this photo) of a mother and child looking over the river waiting to be reunited with their husband/father.
Hangin in Hue November 29th 2005 Well, I am back traveling on my own as Tamar headed back to Israel. I took the overnight bus to Hue which left Hanoi at 6pm and arrived in Hue at 6am. Ugh....
After selecting from the many tauts who attacked the bus upon arrival, I (and an Australian girl named Eartha who I befriended on the bus) ended up at a nice $5 guesthouse (we each had our own rooms). Luckily I showered immediately beca ... read more
Most of the journal entries are from my 14-month round-the-world journey I took from May 2005 until July 2006. It was an amazing adventure which took me to some incredible places and allowed me to meet a great group of individuals. Feel free to email me about any of the places I have been or with questions about traveling. Remember, a tourist knows where they are going but can't remember where they've been BUT a TRAVELER knows where he/she has been but not where he/she is going!... full info