Saturday Evening Post

Written by Jack van Ommen on March 13th, 2010

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I stopped at Sheridan’s Irish Pub on Le Tan Thon. There was just one customer and he turned to be a wealth of information on the Vietnam boating scene. Randall, an Australian boat interior carpenter foreman. Thomas Hutchins the American VietVet/author/photographer, who I had met in mid February, showed up later.

The Saigon Botanical Garden/Zoo is just up the street. This is an oasis in this busy city, created by the French in the early 20th century. They planted domestic and exotic trees that are now enormous in size. I shall plant a few Mahogany and Teak trees here and make my great grandchildren millionaires.

I had a lotus salad at Mike’s “Saigon Xua va Nay” (Saigon Then and Now).

 

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