May De Ville Backpackers Hostel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Ho Chi Minh City
13/05/2014 - 14/05/2014
Um 14:00 flogen wir von Phu Quoc nach Saigon - tschüss Abenteuercamp! Es war spannend aber auch sehr anstrengend, jetzt brauchen wir wieder etwas Zivilisation!
Zum Flughafen fuhren wir mit zwei verschiedenen Motorrädern und das getrennt voneinander. Zum Glück waren die beiden …
Hungover day. Woke up at 2, convinced it would be something like 8 in the morning and time for breakfast, therefore I was highly disappointed by missing free food! Looking and feeling a bit shabby me and louisa went on the search for food, we found this gorgeous restaurant along the lake where we sat outside and enjoyed the view. We walked around for a bit after taking in the city, we were gonna visit the pagoda in ...
... The plane was shot down during the battle of Dien Bien Phu , when the French were fighting with the Vietnamese. It's a massive piece and was really something to behold.
After a few hours my poor feet couldn't handle walking around in flip flops anymore. The blisters I had were very unpleasant, so while Sheryl went off to look at Uncle Ho's (Ho Chi Minh) stilt house, I enjoyed an iced Vietnamese coffee in a little cafe. The coffee here in Vietnam is so delicious.
... was New Year ’s Day, not just by the tons of people and packed pagodas and temples but also by the remnants of fireworks that were liberally strewn around the edges of the lake.
What started out as a small walk around the lake became an adventurous trek as we found the distance around the lake was over 10.6 miles (17 km) done properly. It did not help that with the late arrival and fire works the night before we woke up a little later ...
... are quite enjoying Hanoi so far. We've been advised that our bags should be on the next flight which is due to arrive tomorrow morning.
Our first mission after free noodle (not noodle free) breakfast was to find an ATM with a much higher maximum than the usual 2M D. So we spent the morning wandering around the Lake of the Restored Sword putting our card into various slots. The ...