#157: Asia Travels Pt 2 with Marketer Andrew Lock in Vietnam and Hong KongJune 7, 2012
#157: Asia Travels Pt 2 with Marketer Andrew Lock to Vietnam and Hong Kong
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This episode is a summary of the second part of my Asia travels this Spring. I include my observations on the five locations we visited in Vietnnam, including Saigon (Ho Chi Minh city), and Hong Kong, as well as Disneyland Hong Kong. I’ll also tell you all the details about the now infamous cruise crash on SilverSea cruises.
All in all, it was a fascinating experience, and I hope you find it interesting.
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