While I am having my rice a man on the street is having a hair cut Welcome to Vietnam! Ho Chi Minh is a city in Vietnam with a population of 10 million people and there are 5 million motorcycles here. Guys, it is totally crazy here. I takes me 10 minutes to cross the street I pray to God to cross it without any accident. Everybody here wears a mask. in order to fit in I did the same and continued exploring the city. My journey took me to Hanoi where I immediately jumped on a motorbike. Getting faster now. The police doesn’t speak English. Therefor they don’t check on foreigners so you can drive without a driving license as I do. I also crawled the Vietnamese war tunnels Don’t try this! Hello to Vietnam. Hello Bosnia and Herzegovina. Mot, hai, ba, yoi. Hai, ba, yo. Hai, ba, yo. Yeah, cheers! I slept at a local’s place. They introduce me to their family and friends. I think she likes me! I arrived at the airport in Kuala Lumpur. Now I am taking my stuff and heading to the city. Kuala Lumpur wouldn’t be the same without my couchsurfing friend Samir. Those are the famous Twin Towers. There are huge. Before I went home, I sent you the promised postcards. Welcome to my two square meters cubicle. My capsule-room is great. I have a TV and a mirror. I mean, you cannot expect a lot for 7 Euro. I am finishing my first set of post cards. Which I will send from here. The second set I will send later on, because I don’t have the money to buy them all now. See you! For the past five years the Singapore airport has been voted the best in the world. Guys, they have a butterfly garden here! I cannot wait to see it. The best way to explore it is on wheels. In the bus I met Mrs. Wong. She showed me around the city and she even took me to lunch. Hello from Singapore! Those are the kindest people in the city. We are the Wongs. See you. I am in Singapore now and with my friend I am eating frog for the first time. It should be a French specialty. I will test it. Put it over here. I succeeded. I ate frog for the first time. It has a taste like chicken, with much more bones. I don’t know how they can eat it, there is almost no meat. But it was an unforgettable experience. Guys, my journey trough Asia ends here. You had the chance to watch my ride in an ambulance car, surviving in a rain forest and crossing streets in Vietnam. If you want to support me you can do it by liking, sharing and thereby you can win cool prizes. For more information visit my Facebook page Nerko’s Travel Adventures. See you!