Royal 1 Hotel
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... a mosquito that had bitten me on my neck and threw it on his head. Childish, but worth it.
We arrived at the bus station that had no buses, just airport taxis and got off. We were surrounded by in-your-face taxi drivers that purposfully stood in our way as we were trying to get out of the van, get our bags and off the street. Tempers were running high and they were in the line of fire, I'm still surprised they all left in one piece. We started making our way towards ...
So after all our early starts on the tour it was time for a change. A leisurely morning wake up with breakfast at 9. And then we got sorted for our day of exploring. We left our luggage with the hotel and headed for our first destination. The Vietnam Military Museum. We arrived just before half eleven to be told it shuts at half eleven, to open again at one. Oops. We made our way over to the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum instead. Again this was only open ...
... proud culture, beautiful beaches and varied food. It is hard to pick out our favourite part or place because every where had its own personality. Cambodia was amazing, we need to investigate there further, Vietnam has a place in our hearts. We have had so much fun along the way and are just sad it has had to end. Until the next ...
... to the skill of the bus driver. He was able to maneuver the bus, at rush hour, down every street we came to as we dropped people off at their respective hotels. Our hotel is somewhere just above a hostel as far as accommodations go but it is clean, comfortable and the staff were friendly and helpful. After checking in, we head out to grab dinner. On the bus, we overheard a recommendation for a restaurant a few blocks away. It did not disappoint. ...
... interesting narrative about this beloved leader.
Next stop - One Pole Pagoda, one of many shrines to Buddha. This one has been re housed from its original location, so lots of landscaping works going on - lots of bare ground, holes and uneven surfaces to negotiate. Not great for my knee!
It was here that my tour companion Didi joined the bus - the hotel had arranged for a taxi to take her to our tour bus, after she missed the pick up time. ...