So much history-so little time. When I first learned part of trip would include 4 days in Vietnam I was very excited. Matt is a huge history buff, and I’m a huge military buff, making this a perfect stop. Man the tables flipped so fast. Our very first stop was a museum full of information on the war Vietnam had against the USA. (Yes they worded it that way) I couldn’t believe my eyes-is it possible ‘we’ did the things they claim? Never have we heard this side of the story. I spent about 20 minutes in there before I was overwhelmed and left. So many countries wanted us to stop fighting and leave Vietnam-why did we stay? If we were the good guys why do they distrust us even to this day? Our guide had to go against the wishes of his family to give us the tour! He explained to us that he was giving the tour because we WERE Americans and needed to hear this side of the story. When the USA left Vietnam the entire country was flat. No power, no running water, no medical, no drinking water (Agent Orange had been dumped into all the canals and water ways). People were living in underground tunnels because they feared someone seeing them.