Vietnam Trip: the Party Bus

Posted: July 25, 2014 in Personal

At this moment, we’re riding a bus on our way to Hue, Vietnam. We called it “The Party Bus” because of the blue red lights on the windows. The cool thing about this bus is you can adjust your seats so you can lay down. You will feel comfortable because it comes with a blanket and a small pillow.

Before we left the hotel, we met two Dutch nationals named “Eddie” and “Marco”, and an Asian guy “Oliver” and “James” from Taiwan. They are backpackers who’ve been to different places in Asia particularly Thailand, Indonesia, Korea and Japan. And sharing their travelling experience.

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Back to the party bus, though we’re excited to reach our destination. However, people got disappointed on how they’ve been treated, especially when they found out that it is not exclusive for them. I don’t know if I will feel embarrassed, maybe because we’re used to treat visitors as VIP. I’m saying this because I can feel their frustration, but they’ve been very understanding about it.

So far, it’s been good. It is still the best transportation by land that I’ve had because we don’t have this back home. The party bus is always a party bus. Anything can happen here.. Let’s see in the next 12 hours.

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I apologize for any errors here.. I’m typing from my phone..

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