Those were words that I was happy to be saying; to start it is not a country that I want to go back to. Right from the beginning things seemed off, for one the people never smile. You may think who cares if they smile, but it was really strange as everyone in the other countries I visited couldn’t stop smiling. You get the feeling that the people there don’t really want to be in their own country. My friend Kellie and I immediately got scammed out of money with our taxi driver then had difficulties with finding the guesthouse. The next day we were able to take a tour to the Mekong Delta, which was really nice despite the fact that our guide kept trying to sell Vietnamese women to western tourist. Another of the sites we visited was the Vietnam War Museum, which had some different perspectives about the war then what I remember learning. All in all, I was very happy to go back to Thailand but can say that Vietnam is the country that probably taught me the most on this trip.