CrikeyJan 25, 2012
At a certain point I asked someone when the bus to Theth would arrive, at which he laughed heartily, said “minute!” and shrugged. So the two of us have just stood here, watching local life cartwheel by, until, just as we’ve given up hope, everyone around us starts shouting “Theth!” and pointing to an ancient yellow minibus that has magically appeared across the road.
Tabitha CarvanJan 24, 20121 Comment
For a foreigner, Tết is a stressful time, and not just because of the traffic and the short supply of individually-wrapped snacks. It’s also a cultural minefield.
Claire ChaffeyJan 6, 2012
Visiting West Africa’s largest fetish market turns out to be a powerful and pungent experience not for the faint-hearted.