Ly Ly Guesthouse

Address: 40/2 Bui Vien Street, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam | Hostel
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This hostel, located on 40/2 Bui Vien Street, Ho Chi Minh City, is near Central Post Office, Reunification Palace (Hoi Truong Thong Nhat), Saigon Opera House (Ho Chi Minh Municipal Theater), and Ipa-nima.
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Travel Blogs from Ho Chi Minh City


A travel blog entry by thegoodstones on Jul 16, 2014

... women, want to be pale skinned (they go to the beach at 4am!), wish for 'high' (?) noses, and very large eyes. All the men drink too much beer, crash their scooters and don't do enough looking after the children. So......women worried about their appearance and men drinking too much - sounds the same the world over.

Arrived At Ho Chi Minh this afternoon - also known as Saigon. ...

First day and night in Saigon

A travel blog entry by benjie.jackson on Jul 09, 2014

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... nothing about motorbikes combined with the fact that Danh left us in the capable hands of his non-English speaking mechanic, our heads were in a cloud of doubt. However, having driven to a shut off car park (three of us on one bike) we had a go on the bikes. Me first, of course, as this was my crazy idea. Surprisingly it was relatively easy. Four gears and no clutch, you just press your left foot forward to change up gears and then back to go down gears. After a few laps each, we ...

Cu Chi Tunnels day

A travel blog entry by mcnamaras on Jun 25, 2014

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... Chi District Party in their effort with anti- American resistance. The tunnels were, amazingly, dug by hand, extended over 200 km and were multi level in some areas. A cross section display reminded me of childhood ant farm projects. The visit, of roughly 2 hours, involved walking along trails through jungle terrain, checking out the tunnels and various war artifacts and discovering how the soldiers ...

Good morning vietnam..

A travel blog entry by anna2238 on May 21, 2014

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... cancer and all sorts of other nasty deformities. The latest one I saw being a girl born in 2008 with no hands and they believe it's to do with the effects of agent orange. I was really shocked about all of this and the pictures weren't to be argued with. The one that really got to me was a letter written by a young Vietnamese woman to Barrack Obama. In the letter she talks about a speech she heard him say to ...

Week 4 in Asia: Cambodia

A travel blog entry by 2014-rtw-pands on May 18, 2014

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... it WAS NOT! So we became stranded in Sihanoukville for 4 nights (and 3 hotels!) The good thing about the place was...well there just wasn't. We both could not wait to leave and VIetnam could not arrive quick enough. Overall our 10 day stay in Cambodia full of education, history, dusty dirt tracks and beaming sun! However the country still has deep issues with poverty but we are glad we experience another side of South East Asia. See you in Vietnam! Stuart & Philly (get new name) ...