LONG AN TO NHA TRANG BY MOTORCYCLE [Day1] From Long An to Bao Loc City (Part1)
Wanna try the weir dish called Ốp pô steak? Ok scroll down with me!
Hello my friends, long time no see. Last week my friend introduced you a series tripping by motorcycle from Long An to Nha Trang. Unfortunately, my friend is busy at this time. So… as a partner with @Đông Á Phi Long on the trip, I will continue this series – by my writing style ofcourse.
Νow let me surprise you by the first part of the tour. From the very beginning, make sure that you kept up with what I told you to prepare before we start. The pressure and the temperature change extraordinary so you better make up for the worst situations. And the last thing I want you to keep in mind, that you will always riding along with trucks and high weight containers. So it’s necessary to keep your head cold and your arms strong, stay in your lane and often watch out dogs run across the street. No matter how long you reach the destination, just ride safe and stick to the limit speed. Eating ốp pô steak when you break, I was living my life. Finally, let’s go!
- Pack your bags, check out everything carefully, make sure that you bring enough money.
- Start before 5 a.m to avoid the traffic jam.
- List things that you need and what you will buy, what you will do.
- Set up your mind if you face police.
- Easy roads: National Highway 1A is easy to ride and easy to find, just follow the street and catch up the route.
- Pay your attention to police along the way, if you don’t want to lose your money, don’t mess with them when they are on their duty. Palm them a backhand about 100.000 VND (5$) and you will be pass. I also pointed some dots in the map showing where they often show up.
- Police is not the only problem you have to face off, watch your tire sometimes. There have locals who throw metal nails on the street to harm your tire, then you must patch your tire in their shop with a high price. So you should better keep a backup tire in your bags for these cases.
- One of the most interesting part of this route is Ốp pô steak, I will show you how to make it on the next part (just follow the series). Make sure that always check your exhaust pipe, it take from 100 to 120 min to be cooked.
The Ốp pô Steak
I won’t tell you any about the view and landscapes because on the first route, it’s just urban view and you ride across 2 cities, that’s not many things to talk about cities in this series. See you in the next part, I will show you how to cook the “Ốp-pô” steak, you will be surprise what I bring to you. See ya!