Thanks to our trusty and comfortable Skechers Tone Ups sandals, our feet didn’t sore or feel any tiredness. Now I appreciate wearing flip-flops for traveling. To my friends, you guys know for a fact that I don’t wear flats. This time, I semi-did. 🙂 Well, semi because the sandals had 1.5-inch heels. Hehe.
You would hardly notice Xoa-Bop-Chan in the area. I just think mom had her massage radar with her all the time. Compared to here in Manila, massage places there aren’t that “in” or a hit. There weren’t abundant massage places so mom didn’t think twice anymore as soon as she saw the foot massage sign board.
No more looking to the left, no more looking to the right. Her eyes set straight and focused to the glass doors of Xoa-Bop-Chan. Mom inquired about the prices and found out that it was affordable, just like the average massage places here in Manila. For about Php450, we were able to get 1.5hrs or 90 minutes of foot and body massage.
My good friend Lawin, who stayed in Vietnam for about 3 months, told me that I should try the coffee. According to him, it is a must to get this beverage before I leave Vietnam. I kept that in mind. So when Iced Coffee was unexpectedly being served, you should see my face. I was smiling and giggling at the same time because of excitement. Iced Coffee was surprisingly a complimentary beverage for us! 🙂 Excuse my simple joys. I really get excited even for little things like this. 🙂
It was a delight to try the local Iced Coffee. For a person who is not fond of drinking coffee, I enjoyed the sweet and slightly strong taste of it. The iced cold part made it even more thirst-quenching.