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... Museum, the Rex Hotel (where we stayed), the Cu Chi Tunnels, the Ben Thanh Market and the Thien Hau Temple, an 18th century temple dedicated to the Goddess of the Sea (well worth a visit) so the limited time for sightseeing is not a big issue.
But we are on a silk shirts made to measure for Gary mission so the shop we find will need several fast accurate sewers! And Gill I have in hand your measurements so will ...
... conflict and the lasting effects it has had on all parties
In an effort to reignite the spirits of the group we headed for the rooftop of the famed Rex Hotel and enjoyed a cocktail as the evening set in. Tonight was a scheduled free night and if I was even the slightest bit hungry I’d go exploring for more, but there’s just no way so I’m off to bed!
... and finished each day with a seafood BBQ and a few beers.
The time had finally come to leave Vietnam, a country that we all loved and would really like to revisit, and we reluctantly packed our bags for the last time and began our long journey to Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
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We went to the Cu Chi tunnels today. We actually went through a ~150m section which was very small and claustrophobic and meant we were crouched the entire time and in one place had to lay and slide it was so narrow! Paul got into one of the hiding holes and we also saw the brutal traps they had which were awful spikes hidden in the ground. We stopped in the market for some juice one the way home then had burgers for dinner ...
So I landed from Hanoi into Bangkok and grabbed hold of 2 backpackers to share a taxi with. I booked into a ****** hostel with a wafer for a mattress but it was cheap. I dumped my stuff and went for a walk and got wifi and met jake for street food and beers. We found this really good stall that had loads of thai dishes for under a pound. I had red thai curry and it was so tasty. I love Vietnamese food but after 3 weeks of pho ...