BEST WESTERN Bestwood Lodge Hotel
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Woke up this morning from a really good sleep. The rain has come! Knew that beaut weather wouldn't last long! Breakfast was amazing, walked into the dining room to a table full of fruit, yoghurt, cold meats, cheeses, pastries and then she gave me a full menu to choose from. Of course I ordered the English breakfast which was delicious! Couldn't go past having an almond and custard pastry too though. This hotel ...
... way of life before working our way down the Country ending our stay in Ho Chi Minh City. We plan on first stopping in Ha Long Bay, Hue and Hoi An before enjoying some time on the beaches of Nah Trang and Mui Ne. We'll enjoy our last few nights in HCMC before venturing into Cambodia.
CAMBODIA 10th December - 20th December
We are hoping to cross the border into Cambodia at its ...
... to stretch our legs. Stopped at a pub and had a drink and free wifi so was able to get in touch with Ross and the outside world. The sun then came out and it was quite hot. Tony bought a litre bottle of famous grouse for £6.95 which was very good . Back to azura and a spot of sunbathing before saying goodbye to gib and a shower to get ready for the evening ...
... and a cheeky white... It is a hard life. In the evening we had a table for two and I had a Caesar salad and a sirloin steak which was lovely. We went up to Manhattan and saw Andrew Browning who was a George Michael tribute act and very good, after that we saw an act in Mallabar and by the time they had finished it was gone 12 and not wanting to turn into a pumpkin we retired for the night looking forward to Gibraltar ...
... winding, dark residential roads that don't lend themselves to night driving if you're not familiar with their intersections. When we finally--finally!--made it to the drop off, the pressure of the day and all of the frustrations boiled up therein reached a head when we parked the car, locked the doors, dropped the key in the (locked) after hours safe box, and Aidan realized he'd forgotten his phone in the driver's seat. (Aidan will just have to go back ...