This Is My Experience Why Ill Never Return To Vietnam

Notice, you should always just take what someone says, file it away, and go yourself, this is my experience. Notice that I never felt respected in Vietnam. The seller walked away before giving change back, once when my friend bought bananas. At a supermarket, a friend was given chocolate instead of change. Then, their neighbors never warmed up to them. Besides, two of my friends lived in Vietnam for six months, and even they said the Vietnamese were rude to them despite becoming locals. I was constantly hassled, overcharged, ripped off, and treated badly by the locals, when I was in Vietnam. Notice that they were always outsiders strangers even to those they saw every day.

Wherever I went, it seemed my experience was the norm, not the exception. You should take it into account. September 19, 2010 / By NomadicMatt The simple answer is that no one ever wants to return to a place where they felt they were treated poorly. I met a English teacher who had been in Vietnam for many years, while in Nha Trang.

When they see travelers trying to penny pinch, they expect Westerners to spend money in Vietnam, they get upset and thus look down on backpackers and treat them poorly. She was cheating me right to my face. Although, vietnam water, lemon, and some powdery, sugary substance in a plastic bag. The woman making this concoction looked at me, laughed at her friends, and then started laughing at me while clearly not putting in all the ingredients into this drink. Ho Chi Minh City. Amongst the worst experiences came while in the Mekong Delta. Normally, those who are spending money, however, seem to be treated quite well. He said that the Vietnamese are taught that all their problems are caused by the West, especially France and, and that Westerners owe the Vietnamese.

They all had tales of being ripped off, cheated, or lied to. On p of this, I realized that we all had the same stories, right after talking to a number of other travelers. Maybe I just caught people on an off day. Maybe I just had bad luck. They never felt welcome in the country either. Certainly, perhaps I simply had a bad experience and Vietnam was really amazing.

There was the bread lady who refused to give me back the proper change, the food seller who charged me triple even though I saw how much the customer in front of me paid, or the cabbie who rigged his meter on the way to the bus station. Three women tried to keep me in their store until I bought something, even if that meant pulling on my shirt, while buying tshirts in Hoi An. Needless to say, want to share your tips and advice? Eventually, visit the community forum to ask questions, get answers, meet people, and share your tips!