Nha Trang Sheraton Hotel Tour, AMAZING Pizza 4p’s in Vietnam?

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  1. One of the best travel vlogs on YT. Vietnam tour through Joe’s lens is very interesting to watch all the way

  2. Fuck dude, as an American born Viet, the only time I went to Vietnam was after I graduated high school and these vlogs are making me want to go back and experience it on my own terms.

    Also that video where Joe starts screaming DU MA on the scooter is the real feelings of your first scooter ride hahahhaa

  3. Vietnamese foods are very healthy, no grease to kill you like in China. Pollution will kill you though so stay in doors and eat and never go out.

  4. Iโ€™m craving Pizza 4Ps now๐Ÿ˜‹
    Whenever I go back to Vietnam I always have to get 4Ps before I leave

  5. It’s good because vietnam doesnt use GMO to mass produce food like how they did in North America. Food in Vietnam is the best!

  6. i love these videos joe. i love seeing new food and places. feels like im there. i wanna try that pizza lol

  7. The Pizza place is pretty new at the Sheraton I must go and try it. Iโ€™ve been living here seven years the best pizzas Iโ€™ve had is Boboโ€™s Pizza and city Pizza the rest Ainโ€™t that good .

  8. Joe actually working at the hotel โ€œcan I get your bag sir?โ€ would definitely tip him ๐Ÿ‘Œ

  9. Hey Joe, I wanted you to know about a japanese medical doctor who is worthy of being remembered as I know you like to learn about people and the world.

    His name was Dr Tetsu Nakamura. He was born in 1946 in Fukuka. He moved to Peshawar in the mid 80’s. He devoted his time not just to treating the poor and the infirm, but also to land reclamation and irrigation in Afghanistan. Because of him and his ethos, he built a 25km canal in the west of Afghanistan, he built more than 1600 wells and 15000 hectares of land that were previously barren, flourished green with crops. We (Afghans) affectionately called him Kaka (Uncle) Murad. He was murdered a few days ago, along with 5 of his Afghan security detail. Afghans are in mourning, as are his country folk. There are sources who say the killers are Pakistani Daesh.

    I just want him to be remembered by as many people as possible. He truly was a beautiful soul, a hardworking, kind hearted man. He leaves behind a wife and daughters, one of which accompanied her mum to collect his coffin. He was given a state funeral in Kabul. The Afghan President was one of his pallbearers. Such was the respect and love this man commanded.
    God bless him and his family.

  10. Burata cheese is like a cloud. The pizza part made us hungry.Once again, your travel/culinary vlogs are fantastic.

  11. Thanks to jk and living vicariously through them, I wanna tour the far east; hit Japan, Vietnam, and Singapore. Can’t wait!!!

  12. Nha trang home sweet home!! Island to the right. Is home away from home! If u swim youโ€™d probably get hit by the crazy speed boat drivers!!

  13. Enjoyed watching your VN travel vlogs. Glad you enjoyed your trip.
    It’s really great to be able to enjoy so many nice things when we come over there with an American wallet. But while there are a lot of really wealthy people there, and their middle class is continuing to grow, the average monthly salary in HCMC is still ~$500. A working professional with a few years of experience might be earning $30k annually. VN is a developing country, and there are tradeoffs with quality of life as a result. Really great to visit, though.

  14. Joe’s friends made a great choice introducing Joe to Pizza 4Ps. Definitely the best pizzas in Vietnam. It’s owned by a young Japanese couple and they’re good people, care very much about their food. I’ve been eating their food since 2010 ish, when they were just a small restaurant in the alley on Le Thanh Ton, D1, HCMC. They brought out their (now famous) pudding for me and my family to try and asked for our feedback. Their farm-to-table system is great, they have farm in the highlands of Da Lat so all of their vegetables and milk products come from there. They make their own cheese, that’s why their burrata is super fresh. If you guys have a chance to visit 4Ps, definitely try everything Joe ate in this video, any pizza with burrata cheese on top (order big size burrata), 5 cheese pizza with honey, crab pasta, pesto pasta, desserts such as pudding and chocolate lava cake are fucking bomb too. They’re now expanded from HCMC to Ha Noi, Da Nang, Nha Trang I believe, great success.

  15. Coming Back To Viแป‡t Nam! Next month.. definitely going to stay at Nha Trang Sheraton now..!! Cant wait.!

  16. Woah, I could smell the pizza… probably my dirty shirt, but Iโ€™m gonna call it smellavision

  17. I’ve been to vn the past 2 years and going again in a month. Joes eaten better than I have just this one trip. Thank you very muchie for sharing the mutha awesome food.

  18. Everything in VN is dope from the cheap quality foods, plenty of things to do, except you can’t bring a VN girl to your hotel room if you’re a foreigner…like seriously… cockblocking by the hotel.

  19. Vietnam is so beautiful and the food is way good. I havenโ€™t been to Vietnam since 2010. ๐Ÿ˜ฉ

  20. I love seeing the world through your eyes. Thanks so much for sharing this with me and the tube.

  21. so I live in nha trang, and I watch you vlog, saw that che dessert place, get the address from your video, and went to it today. it was so good I have to rethink about how I been living right now.

  22. Omg Joe do a solo adventure trip to the Philippines! Or if you know anybody there have them take you around! It’s soooo pretty and the people are mostly friendly ๐Ÿ™‚

  23. Man you got to try enjoying the night life in Vietnam man. They have some crazy ass foods that is only available at night and entertainment that is t for the day if you know what I mean

  24. oh hey chonnyday and dalena were just at this pizza joint in one of their vids just recently. noice.

  25. Honestly you should do more vacation in Vietnam, language barriers be damn. You be surprised how much English is understood there. You get more with you money, foods fresh, the girls are there, and the scenery. $1000 will last you longer in Vietnam than say Europe, Hawaii, or Japan.

    I get it Japan is still your motherland, ain’t nothing wrong with flirting with the girl next door.

  26. Loving your Vietnam vlogs so far.

    Have one thing I want to share though.

    One big thing I noticed you keep repeating over and over again in these videos is how cheap things, and foods are in VN.

    Living standards are actually not cheap there for a regular white collard Viet. A meal that is over $50,000 VND is considered expensive. Just like how you have to pay $20 USD for a breakfast in the States expensive.

    However, I can see how you think that it is cheap though because you keep converting VN currency back to US dollars ($1 USD = $23,000 VND) by doing that things obviously seem cheaper.

    To get a sense of how affordable things are you have gotta know what is an affordable rate on things from people who actually live there.

    For example, a regular VNese office worker would not pay more than $35,000 VND ($1.5 USD) on lunch so if you paid above $100,000 VND (~$4 USD) is considered pricey.

    Those restaurants with AC units that your friends took you to probably costs over $1million VND ( ~$44 USD) a meal. That is incredibly expensive for a VNese but not so much for westerners.

    Itโ€™s lengthy but I just want to voice out my thought so people have more insight on not assume things are cheap just base on converting currency when travel. By doing that you can actually being ripped off by spineless merchants without even knowing it.

  27. Loving these Viet Nam vlogs, Joe! Make me miss my home so much! So glad you enjoyed your time in Viet Nam!

  28. Y’all should check out the most expensive hotel in the poorest country vlog.
    Shit is sad and funny.๐Ÿ˜Š

  29. Gotta give Joe credit for his 100% accurate Vietnamese pronunciation of โ€œbanh xeoโ€œ at the end lmao.

  30. I like how joe stuffs his face with food, like a fat obese guy that doesn’t give a fuck no more.๐Ÿ˜Š

  31. That thumbnail ๐Ÿ˜Dam Joe looking like a snack (never said that before ๐Ÿ˜‚) And looking fly asf let me dress you in my vintage please. Would you ever model in my vintage tops?
    Loving your Vietnam vlogs

  32. Oh my Mudda Niceness , that hotel is xtra beautiful bro dammmmm. Hope all is well Joe ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿฝ …๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡ฒ๐Ÿ‡ฝ๐Ÿ‡ต๐Ÿ‡ญ The Ramos Family… From Salinas Ca

  33. Single Joe is living it up and Iโ€™m hereeee for it ๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿป๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿป๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿป๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿป

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