After Ho Chi Min City, we took a bus to My Tho, a medium sized city on the Mekong River. The first stop included a super weird bathroom experience and something I had never seen before in any place. I waited my turn in line and when I went to walk into the bathroom, all that I saw was a wet floor single in a small, single bathroom. There was no toilet, so I suppose everyone just goes on the floor and washes it off, which is pretty disgusting if you ask me! When we arrived in My Tho, some guy on a motorbike stopped to talk to us as we were walking to tell us about where to find guesthouses and he also told us about some boat trips. We kept walking and fortunately, we did find an awesome hotel room on the very top floor with a nice porch and a fabulous view of the city for just $8USD a night! However, when we went to get some food, we walked around for a couple of hours and could not find ANYTHING to eat. Seriously, it was super strange because there were all of these places that served only drinks and no food at all, not even any snacks or anything. So we were grateful to finally find some place serving actual food! Even weirder, that guy kept showing up when we were walking around and asking us what we were doing and about our plans. Honestly, we felt as if he were watching us or something, which is a bit creepy even if he was harmless. It was all just rather bizarre! Since this town was not too exciting, next we went to Can Tho, which was an adventure in and of itself! We had to take these motorbike taxis from the hotel with all of our stuff and then this minivan of locals picked us up. So of course it was an interesting ride because none of them spoke English and we got to see how they travel from city to city. Luckily, Can Tho was a HUGE improvement from My Tho. Although on the map it appeared to be similar to My Tho, it was a much more happening city with an abundance of restaurants and such. At night there was a market and the city was much more lively than the last river town. On our last night there, some lady wanted me to be in a picture with her kids. Then a while later, these university students came up to us and told us this whole schpeal about how they were selling these good luck button dolls and how they bring good fortune. This girl was talking so fast that it was difficult to get everything, but she told Juho he should buy one for me. Since they were really creative and cute, he did buy me one, so hopefully it will indeed bring me some good fortune! Then the next day the woman from the guesthouse walked us to the street to get our small bus with mostly locals to Rach Gia for just a night so we could get a boat from there to Phu Quoc. While we were waiting she was singing and laughing because we could not communicate at all, but she kept trying, which was cool!