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rent a motorcycle
the next thought whilst weighing your options on how to get around in the nation of Vietnam is
whether or not to go ahead and rent a motorbike. for only 1 million dong per month, this is a pretty
cheap approach to getting around, particularly considering the fact that you can top off a gas tank
for just about two bucks!
the evident worry about going this route is the risk of zipping around on a motorcycle in the
dreadfully busy Vietnamese traffic of Hanoi and Saigon. nevertheless, as alarming as it sounds at
the beginning, you rapidly get hardened to the hectic streets, and in all honestly it's not truly as
perilous as you might be thinking.
I mean, many expats I know living in Vietnam will deal with some form of minor accident if they
are around around for a long enough time, but the bulk of them are just only smallmodest fender
benders due to the intense density of the cars and motorcycles . by and large, most people end
up getting a hold of a motorbike, and can get around just fine without any trouble.
If you're only just stopping over in the country of Vietnam on vacation, leasing a motorbike may be
an entertaining and magnificent option. It's simply just more pleasurable to get around on a
motorbike than having to take buses and rent taxis. it is more cost effective overall, and will
provide you far more liberty to go where you want.
on the other hand, you have/need to find your own way around when you drive with only your
wits, but what is the fun of going to a gem like Vietnam if you are not willing to get a little lost?! I
advocate trekking around Vietnam like this, neverless if you use a taxi, bus, or train you will do
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