As stated in my summary...previously provided...Tan An was easy to find. Tan An was a good sized town when we were there, but it has changed from a dirty med-sized town, to one that is full of industry of all kinds (much of it along QL04), it is very, very modern looking when compared to what I remember. The small river that ran to the south of the compound now has streets running on both sides and these streets are lined with businesses. There are streets lined with businesses all around the old compound. To the west is a large soccer stadium with huge light towers for night games. To the north of the compound is the only place that I could see an old building. There was one small place...more like a very wide alley...on the west side where one could see people living in less than nice surroundings. I missed taking a picture of both the soccer stadium and this "slum" alley, and I planned to take a picture of each on the way back; however, after 6 hours...I was ready to get back to Vinh Kim and get off the "scooter"....thus I did not stop for pictures....we took a bypass around the city in order to miss the traffic. I did take a few shots of the Tan An bridge...hopefully, these shots will show a bunker or two that are still there.
The Tan An pictures are attached below.
The Tan An Album has been added here:
http://www.6thofthe31st.com/gallery/mai ... emId=19971