Prostitution Report
from Vietnam

It has been six weeks since I was standing beside Sukumvit Road in Pattaya with bags in hand waiting for the 6AM bus to Trat. So far I've spent some time in Phnom Penh, toured the Mekong Delta region of Vietnam, spent a week in Saigon along with a side trip to Vietnam's answer to Pattaya, Vung Tau, and I've had a great time so far. Now I am in Nha Trang and I'm rediscovering the reason I liked this place so much last year.

Nha Trang has lush green mountains rising out of the turquoise waters of the South China Sea, the scenery is absolutely breathtaking. It has beautiful white sand beaches and water as clear as gin. Also the weather is about as perfect as it could be, eighty degree days and sixty-five degree nights which is a nice change from the 90 degree daytime temperatures of Pattaya. Now for the most important stuff, what about the babes. My first day here I met a Russian working in Cam Rahn Bay at the Nha Trang Lodge Club and he was nice enough to show me around the first night and give me a rundown on the best places and prices. The scene has improved considerable since I was here last year. Any moto driver can get you 18-20 YO babes for $20 for all night. These are pleasant girls, mostly sevens in looks, but none can speak any English.

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Next up the ladder are the pros working the Nha Trang Sailing Club, one of Nha Trang's largest restaurants and bars. Things don't get going there until eleven at night but the girls are more upscale, sevens and eight's, and most speak a smattering of English. With a little bargaining most of these girls go for $30 for all night. For the 'creme de la creme' of Nha Trang it is the disco at the Nha Trang Lodge, one of Nha Trang's most expensive hotels mostly frequented by Japanese tourists. The disco is full of upscale Vietnamese out on the town but there are usually a dozen or so working girls in attendance. These girls are the best in Nha Trang and are all eight's and nines with some model quality. These go for $40-60 for all night and can speak a little English. The disco girls have been my favorites so far.

I had the usual problem with the hotel the first night, after assuring me I wouldn't have any problems bringing the girls back to the room when I first did it they said no, that only meant during the day. After a bit of haggling with me threatening to leave the next day they relented but charged me $5 for a room for the girl, not too bad a solution. I'm staying in a newly-renovated hotel in the middle of the tourist area for $12 per night. It is a deluxe room with a private balcony, TV, AC, fridge, HW, etc. Hotels and meals here are very cheap by most standards with most meals going for $1-2 each and most hotels being in the $10-20 range.One of my favorite things to so is go to the Nha Trang Lodge Club for a sauna and massage. Here in SE Asia many hotels have private clubs where you can go for a sauna and steam bath followed by a great massage for $8. There isn't any hanky panky allowed at the Nha Trang Lodge Club but it is allowed most places for a little extra tip. These clubs also have a lounge area where there are many reclining chairs and you lounge around watching a DVD movie on a big-screen TV while sipping your favorite adult beverage. For me they are a relaxing way to spend an afternoon. They have almost the same setup in Phnom Penh at the M2 Club at the Holiday Hotel.

I love the way they make coffee here, they serve it in a glass with a metal filter on top and the coffee drips through the filter and then you add some hot water from a thermos and you are ready to go. You do have to wait about five minutes for the coffee to brew but it is some great coffee. Vietnam is the world's second largest coffee producing country behind Brazil.

So far so good, I have hit my stride here and everything is going to plan. After Tet, the Vietnamese New Year, I'm planning on taking a train ride on the Reunification Express to the old imperial city of Hue and then on up to Hanoi. The only thing I don't like so far in Nha Trang is there isn't any CNN or BBC, it seems that they aren't allowed in the mini-hotels, only at the expensive regular hotels. Also I would like to see more expats here, most of the expats that I've met live in Saigon. As you can tell I am really enjoying Nha Trang and it is going to be hard to leave week after next and head on up to Hanoi.

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