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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... and what one of his heros of late has now suggested: to try things a number of times before deciding for sure. Thank you, Jason England; it's working like magic. Jennifer eats sushi amongst a variety of other local fare. Elizabeth has French toast, a hot chocolate, and breakfast sausage; the same meal she eats every chance she gets. My friend Jayne Shewman worked hard to prepare me for Asia by forcing me to go to restaurants that stretched my palate. Faced with ...
I went for a walk at lunchtime to explore the area around the hospital near Woolcock. The streets are narrow and are lined with the usual eclectic mix of Pho outlets, minimarts, drug stores and motorbike repair shops. A casual glance down at a nondescript pile of broken rubbish bags revealed the remnants of used IV infusions, including the used cannulas and tubing. This used medical waste was just lying in the open street in ...
... a pleasant surprise. We noticed this on a couple of occasions. As much as we liked our China experience, it did leave us a bit traumatised as far as food goes. We are just now starting to break the habit of only ordering one entre for the three of us (so we will only waste one meal instead of three).
So far, we are finding travelling in Vietnam much easier. Food is cheap and delicious and there are a lot of Westerners, Europeans ...
... Ho Chi Minh, I am all ready to do the same to Hanoi, but you kind of gradually warm to the craziness of the place and the admirable ingenuity of the myriad of Vietnamese who squeeze a living from these teeming streets. Every spare inch of pavement is put to use, there are hundreds of pavement cafes, bespoke tailors bent over their macines, a juice wagon where a man pushes sugar cane through a mangle, food stalls with live foodstuff, coffin shops and I don't know what else. ...
... microphone and flamboyant dance moves. At 11:30 the cops came around and made everyone close up shop. It was a really fun way to end my trip. My plan for tomorrow is to meet up with some of the others for breakfast tomorrow and then relax for a bit at the hotel, maybe do a bit of shopping if I have some extra dong to get rid of, and then off to the airport at 1:00. Hard to believe that this is it! In about 48 hours from now, I should be ...