The palace for the figurehead king was about what I’d expected for a Hollywood star’s home built in the same period, 1933 – 1937. Two photos of the unexpected:
This guy moved the chair and stood on it so he could have his picture taken next to the portrait on the wall. He wasn’t the only one. A guard walked by, told him to quit it, and walked on. He’s wearing slip on shoe covers required for all visitors – and removed by all the Vietnamese who I saw having their pictures taken except for this guy.
How would you and your spouse-to-be like to have wedding photos taken while tourists flowed past?