Sometimes, you just need some alone time.
That's exactly what parents Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie got on Sunday in the Con Dau Islands, Vietnam, where they toured the notorious Con Son "tiger cages," a prison first built by the colonial French to imprison political prisoners and was later used to house communists during the Vietnam War. (The grim history of the place, as well as some of the lifelike statues at the site, is likely another reason they left the kids back at the hotel.)
So what else have Brad, Angie and their brood been doing during their stay in Vietnam?
The couple brought their six children to the country as it's son Pax's native country and his first visit since they adopted him four years ago. On Friday, the family was spotted out and about Ho Chi Minh City and they went out for lunch on Saturday before exploring.
The family arrived in Vietnam on Thursday after attending the Tokyo premiere of Pitt's new film Moneyball, where Jolie rocked a stunning red Atelier Versace dress.