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I’ve often wondered why there’s such a disparity in experiences.Well, there’s one common difference between the travelers who have liked it and those who have hated it.Two of my friends lived in Vietnam for six months, and even they said the Vietnamese were rude to them despite becoming “locals.” Their neighbors never warmed up to them.My friends were always outsiders — strangers even to those they saw every day.One of the worst experiences came while in the Mekong Delta. I was thirsty, so I went to get a common drink in Vietnam — water, lemon, and some powdery, sugary substance in a plastic bag.
He said that the Vietnamese are taught that all their problems are caused by the West, especially France and the United States, and that Westerners “owe” the Vietnamese.
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And the reason for that is one of my most-asked questions. The simple answer is that no one ever wants to return to a place where they felt they were treated poorly.
People email me several times a week asking why, in this post about myself, I single Vietnam out as being my least favorite country. When I was in Vietnam, I was constantly hassled, overcharged, ripped off, and treated badly by the locals.
I don’t believe everyone in the country is bad or rude. Why would I want to stay in a country that treated me like that? I wasn’t looking for the royal treatment, just basic respect. I felt like people there looked at me not as a human being but just as someone who could be ripped off.