Sunday, December 18, 2011


One of my favourite places we visited in Ho Chi Minh City was the Reunification Palace, which was designed  as the home of former President of Vietnam. It was built in the sixties and not much has been changed since communist tanks crashed through the gates in 1975. It feels like time has stood still here - with everything seemingly left just as it was. I loved how even the fans that were running in the museum were from the seventies. 

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