Debbie does...round the world
3rd Nov 2006
My Son - World Heritage Site
This morning up early to go to My Son (prounounce Me Son) - ancient temples from the Champa civilisation - 8-14 century - infortunately some of it bombed by the Americans during the war. A great place to walk around - initially very hot - you know the sweat dripping down your back variety and then cooled some. Spent the morning there a nd then returned to Hoi An - not fussed on lunch so went to the tailor - decided the trousers were the best I would get them - only 70 percent happy but I wanted an afternoon by the pool. Felt relieved the shopping thing was over and next time would do it differently. Whilst there met a Aussie guy who is also an Intrepid leader - told him about the trek and he said everybody always falls in the rice paddies and we should have been told to wear bare feet so we didn't have wet and muddy feet for the rest of the trek. Brought some jandle type shoes on the way back for $2US and then had a big long swim. Met up with others later and 3 of us went out for tea and afterwards went back to the coconut shake place and had another 2 each. Had a lovely day.
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