More trains from Vietnam   2 comments

But then they like trains in Vietnam

They do seem to like trains in Vietnam and have a rather odd relationship with them! This poor old broken down train appears to be empty, and yet it is obviously ‘safer’ (a word this is definitely rarely used in Vietnam) to hang onto the outside or sit on the roof!

What an odd bunch the Vietnamese are!

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2 responses to “More trains from Vietnam

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  1. That is me when I miss the train to London 🙂

    • Ah London and the race of Rats. I was a competitor once, I lived in Clerkenwell for too many years, glad I live next to the studio here and almost in a pine forest where the only loud noises are Red Squirrels dropping their nuts out of trees.

      Have a great weekend.


      The Cat

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