Tired Tourists

Confused or puzzle?

Angieneering

The journey to the Cu Chi Tunnel took two hours, a little bit longer than anticipated. Along the way, we stopped at a handicraft center to admire works of art using duck egg shells and seashells. Amazing! Nothing goes to waste.

Apparently duck egg shells are stronger than chicken egg shells and ideal to use. Wow, I never knew. The center also showcased works done by craftsmen who were handicapped by Agent Orange. A somber reminder of the past war the country endured.

We left the center and headed for Cu Chi Tunnel. It was indeed an eye opener for the girls and even for us again. It’s amazing to see and learn the intricacies of the tunnel engineered out of the need for survival. One has to definitely visit the place to see for themselves why and how.

The girls even tried their hands at an AK-47. This was…

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