The Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Today we got up super early to have breakfast and then pack up for check out. We got on thr bus and said good bye to Saigon and hello to long tan. Along the way we stopped to get flowers for our service and give locals little koalas. We headed out to the rubber plantation and towards the Australian memorial in long tan. We held a service and put …
... decided we would treat ourselves to Mexican for dinner. Again not normally something I would do as non local food is always more expensive, but if I couldn’t have a proper Christmas dinner I might as well go for it. I have to say the fajitas were delicious and so unexpected seeing as where we were. A fabulous change and choice for a celebratory meal. I mean it really wasn’t Christmas, so why not play on the beach, ride a motorbike and have ...
... graphic photos of their torture, and blood stained floors, walls and ceilings and makeshift cells remain. This is the single most disturbing and haunting place we have ever seen and the mood stayed with us for days after. We couldn't believe what atrocities humans could be capable of. For those unfortunate people who have no compassion for people and children seeking shelter in other countries from war zones, a visit to S21 can't do anything but cure that. From Phnom ...
Yesterday we arose early and headed for breakfast. We searched the area and headed down to the beach but due to the time being 10am - breakfast had stopped so we headed back to our hotel around 11am for brunch. After brunch we headed to the room to get ready for today's Tour. We had booked to visit 4 local attractions. We were picked up in a jeep with 7 others so it was a tight squeeze. The wind was blowing our hair all over ...
In order to get to Mui Ne we had to take a 10 hour night bus to Nha Trang, wait at a bus station for over an hour, get on a van to another bus station and then wait there for more than hour. Then finally board the six odd hour bus to Mui Ne. The ten hour bus was a nightmare. It was a sleeper bus, which means the seats recline back almost all the way. It sounds like a good idea, but not when you are stuck all the way in the back like we were. We ...