Au lac II Hotel
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... was enjoyable though and we shared this with a young and friendly Canadian couple. The tour included a visit to Jade Emperor Pagoda ( Temple), Ben Thanh markets, Reunification Palace and a Lacquer workshop. There was also a cyclo ride through Chinatown included as well. This rather scary 15 min ride, weaving through traffic and narrowly dodging cars and buses, seemed to be the highlight for the boys. Not so me! Thoughts ...
... was granted permission. After blessing and taking care of the dead body Buddha needed to clean the sheet. He took the sheet and cleaned t in a pot of boiling water which he then added saffron to remove the smells. The spice turned the sheet orange and Monks continue the same practice today.
The monks painted the backdrop of the busy cityscape emotionally and visually, radiating peace as they wandered the streets ...
... say without hesitation that I love myself first. My mood slowly started to get better as the day went on. I started wandering in a general direction towards a Buddhist Pagoda that I was hoping to find. If Hong Kong is the Asian London, Ho Chi Minh is the Asian Paris. It is unbelievably romantic, many buildings and streets give me the feeling of a hotter, less wealthy paris. But they do a really good job with what they have. It is international, it is busy, the shopping ...
Last month we spent three nights and four fun filled days in HCMC (Saigon) Vietnam. We flew from Vientiane to Phnom Pehn where we had an hour stopover, before flying for another 35 minutes to HCMC.
Everyone we had spoken to who had visited HCMC commented on the crazy traffic and we were no different but it was surprising how all the motor bikes and cars shared the roads and managed, by a lot of weaving and braking, to avoid any ...
... of can tho, with the tour which was a nice treat and visited a local restaurant, again I wasn't a fan of the food let's say. Fish and broth based, I managed a bit of rice and salad! Crying out for a good hearty meal now! On the second day we were back on a boat to visit a floating market on the river, hundreds of small boats congregated selling all sorts of foods. Saw some more interesting fruits at another fruit orchard and tried them which was nice to ...