Viet Nam: is it anti-American to go there for golf?
Viet Nam has some excellent golf courses, I was surprised to learn. Not a lot of them. In fact, only a handful. But the ones that are there, scattered across the country, are definitely worth playing.
Here is the larger question: Is it unpatriotic to visit Viet Nam as a tourist? Tourism is skyrocketing in the country, many visitors being American. Is it anti-American to contribute to the economy of the country we were once at war with?
I’ve gotten some negative feedback already for visiting the country. I don’t agree with it, though I can understand the feeling.
I didn’t meet a single Vietnamese who was still bitter about what they call the American War, even those who fought in it, for both sides by the way.
Forgive, but not forget?
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How about you reading some more of whatever bias you have into what I write? Talk about ignorance. Did you even READ what I wrote?
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