“No. I am not alone. We are not alone.”

“We neither. So what will you do now?”

“I will continue my journey in the South. Maybe with Trong if he has time.”

“You want to use my car?”

“No, thank you. I am OK with coaches.”

“I am sincere. It is a private car. You are worried?”

“Not at all. I simply prefer coaches.”

“I will give you some phone numbers of my friends to meet. They are good. They can speak. And listen. It is important that they listen.”

“You are right. You take time to listen. I appreciate that. The most important thing is to speak out and listen to others. We need each other.”

“Maybe I will join you later on the way.”

“Thank you. You are free to do whatever you feel OK.”

“So what is your phone number?” Trung asked.

“I don’t have it yet.”

“You can later go to the shop over there to have one. It is easy.” Trung spoke and pointed me the mobile phone shop on the other side of the plaza.

“Will do. You can message me via Facebook.”

“What is your Facebook?” Trung asked me.

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