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... but more importantly learn about the survival tactics of the Vietnam guerrillas and their unrelenting fight to save their land. The tunnels were tiny - I just made it in the original entrance hole so I can see how many American soldiers got stuck trying to enter. After the tunnels we visited a cricket farm and ate some deep fried crickets - surprisingly they were yum with a slight peanut flavour. The crickets are exported to the nth and used in pubs as ...
... to this day. It is passed down through generation after generation. Many children still born to this day are deformed or suffer as a consequence. There were many hotspots for AO after the War that the people did not realise. The Americans buried so much of the stuff near their bases that it spread into the wildlife, water supply and crops decades later wreaking havoc on the lives of many. Photos showing children with horrific deformities that were only born a few years ...
we leave the palace, we go to Notre Dame Cathedral, the best example of French
Catholic architecture in the whole country.
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next door to the Notre Dame Cathedral you'll find the Saigon Central Post
Office. The building was built in the neoclassical architectural style and
... how tight the tunnel got towards the end so we were happy with our decision not to go. We also had the chance to fire live weapons but we didn't. However there was a lot of gunfire from the others including automatic fire. As usual it was very hot and humid today and no wind which made for a very slow day. 36 degrees was just hard work with the humidity. After lunch on the tour we were taken back by boat then taxi. After ...
Before I launch into HCMC part 2, I will remind you that we were leaving on an overnight bus from Siem Reap, boasting a toilet and wifi heading DIRECTLY to Saigon. Well, as we boarded the driver said, no we must change buses in Phnom Penh (OK I thought, a chance for fresh air). "And where is the toilet" I asked; he shook his head "no toilet, we stop for breaks." I consoled myself with the fact that it is good to stretch your legs sometimes ...