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We were expecting the worse night of
our lives having read so many horror stories about night buses being
incredibly late, rude staff, no room and broken seats, people and
chickens crammed in the aisles and drivers flashing there lights on
you when you finally give in and ask to stop to go for a wee but were
pleasantly surprised …
The variety of bodily noises, fluids and parts available to us is fairly consistent among all creeds and cultures. They can be funny, if used correctly. We've been discovering, however, that some people view these functions as more public than others. A lot of these people seem to have congregated in Southern Vietnam. If you're squeamish about the …
Our bus trip has been one of the better ones, 4 hours and no problems. When we exit our bus at the station the chaos begins - we miss our free bus ride to the city centre and are surrounded by taxi drivers all telling us where to go, shoving maps infont of us and talking crazy talk. Lauren and our 2 German friends find a bus which is heading to …
Since the end of the Vietnamese war, the official name for the metropolitan area of the city has been Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC). However, the city centre is still officially called Saigon and many locals refer to the city as Saigon. Even train tickets and timetables call it Sai Gon, so when in Saigon we decided to do what the locals do, and called it …
... worth a stop if you are ever around a water puppet theatre.
The Cu Chi Tunnels and Cao Dai temple tour is on the books today. The Cao Dai temple is a religious temple which basically consists of a mixture of religions combined together into one. This is the biggest Cao Dai temple in the world and you can see the symbolism of the different religions looking at the side profile of the temple, the left is s catholic style steeple, the middle is muslim style ...
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We stayed at Thanh Thuong Guesthouse in a double private. Our guesthouse and room was nothing special but equally we had nothing to complain about either, apart from the ant infestation! The guesthouse was in a great location, situated on an alleyway adjacent to the main backpacker road with just about everything you could need or want within a few minutes walk. However there are literally hundreds of small guesthouses and hostels to choose from within a few blocks, with so much choice availability is unlikely to be a problem if you want to have a peek before you part with your cash. A great location with okay facilities and service.
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