So as part of the deal when I was buying a motorbike in Vietnam, I was given a free duck. He travelled on the back of my bike for around 1750km in total from Ho Chi Minh City to Hanoi

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So as part of the deal when I was buying a motorbike in Vietnam, I was given a free duck. He travelled on the back of my bike for around 1750km in total from Ho Chi Minh City to Hanoi

The first ever photo I got with Rab, about 5 minutes after we picked him up from his previous owners

So as part of the deal when I was buying a motorbike in Vietnam, I was given a free duck. He travelled on the back of my bike for around 1750km in total from Ho Chi Minh City to Hanoi

We stopped halfway between Hue and Phong Nha for a water-break.

So as part of the deal when I was buying a motorbike in Vietnam, I was given a free duck. He travelled on the back of my bike for around 1750km in total from Ho Chi Minh City to Hanoi

Rab accompanied us on our journey into the Phong Nha caves

So as part of the deal when I was buying a motorbike in Vietnam, I was given a free duck. He travelled on the back of my bike for around 1750km in total from Ho Chi Minh City to Hanoi

We'd take Rab to bars and restaurants with us and he always became the centre of attention – He's a friendly duck. He'd sit on my shoulder for up to an hour without trying to escape, he just loves company.

Here he is pictured at Easy Tiger Bar in Phong Nha, on top of the musician's head

So as part of the deal when I was buying a motorbike in Vietnam, I was given a free duck. He travelled on the back of my bike for around 1750km in total from Ho Chi Minh City to Hanoi

Of course if we're eating, Rab must eat too

So as part of the deal when I was buying a motorbike in Vietnam, I was given a free duck. He travelled on the back of my bike for around 1750km in total from Ho Chi Minh City to Hanoi

On the way to Thai Hoa, we took another water break and so we thought we'd get a photo with Rab and the scenery

So as part of the deal when I was buying a motorbike in Vietnam, I was given a free duck. He travelled on the back of my bike for around 1750km in total from Ho Chi Minh City to Hanoi

Pictured here are both of our motorbikes and Rab. He'd often stick his head out the side of his box whilst I'm driving.. It looks kinda like you know when a dog sticks his head out the window in a car? Yeah that, except imagine a duck doing it rather than a dog

So as part of the deal when I was buying a motorbike in Vietnam, I was given a free duck. He travelled on the back of my bike for around 1750km in total from Ho Chi Minh City to Hanoi

Doesn't he just look so majestic?

So as part of the deal when I was buying a motorbike in Vietnam, I was given a free duck. He travelled on the back of my bike for around 1750km in total from Ho Chi Minh City to Hanoi

So as part of the deal when I was buying a motorbike in Vietnam, I was given a free duck. He travelled on the back of my bike for around 1750km in total from Ho Chi Minh City to Hanoi

We tried to pass Rab on to other travellers so he could continue his travels, but unfortunately no one wanted him!

We set him free in a lake in Hanoi on the 8th of August 2014. I really hope he's doin good!

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6 responses to “So as part of the deal when I was buying a motorbike in Vietnam, I was given a free duck. He travelled on the back of my bike for around 1750km in total from Ho Chi Minh City to Hanoi”

  1. BiZZaK says:

    I don’t think he did. His body is in proportion and i want it on me.

  2. emmasouth says:

    are you looking for a wife? cause i can hook you up

  3. nanifatcatwhosallergictoothercats says:

    Sorry to burst your bubble, honey. It’s Vietnam. He will be caught and eaten in the city. At least in the rural, he’ll be happy for a while.

  4. wakemeupbeforeyou says:

    90% of the people with a severe case of wanderlust look like retarded freaks. Just sayin’

  5. tikimiki says:

    or people will take him and eat him

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