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how to cross the street in vietnam


Streetlights are non-existent in Vietnam, and even if they're there, no one abides by them. Pedestrians cross the streets at their own discretion, with cars and scooters swiftly swerving around them. Here are a few tips to keep you alive:
Never speed up or slow down your step, walk confidently, and don't panic. Nothing scares the locals more than tourists freaking out in the middle of the street. Keep your eyes fixed- ahead of you, at your feet, or even closed if you need to. If you need to, wear a diaper, cause you might just crap your pants. 

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