About fifteen minutes later I safely arrive at my uncles house, the first floor looked like a lobby of the Fontaine Bleau! My uncle leads me to my room on the second floor. He then leaves me to unpack. I couldn't help but to notice that there were more stairs after my floor. I leave my luggage behind and climb the stairs I then end up on the third floor where but there were more stairs I continued to climb and then i reach the fourth floor. There was more stairs as I continued my climb to find an open door leading to the roof top. There were so many unfamiliar smells, and sounds. Up here everything seems to slow down and all your senses become engaged you really can soak in the environment.
You will never go hungry in Vietnam as long as you have a few dollars in your pocket. Back in the states if you were hungry and you had 2 dollars all you could afford is greasy, nasty fast food burger of taco from toxic hell. Here Vietnam will treat you right. Every corner was a small stainless steel cart serving up home made foods, or a small cafe with small plastic chairs no taller than your knee cap. The chairs aren't the most comfortable but thats not what Vietnamese cuisine is known for. Vietnamese cuisine is known for its fresh, vibrant and flavorful dishes. What really sets Vietnamese cuisine apart is the condiments and how each dish will have up to 5 quintessential sides that bring each dish to another level. My choice for lunch was Banh Xeo a direct descendant of the French crepe left from the French colonial days. Eleven out of ten Vietnamese people love Banh Xeo. The word Banh means bread and Xeo is the sizzling sound