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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... with ticket numbers being called out and prizes given. What were these prizes I hear you ask. We'll what would you want after an afternoon and evening of drinking... Beer of course! Great. You'd expect it to be Bia Saigon given they sponsored the event and the theme music for the night enthusiatcally sirened the many benefits of Bia Saigon over all other inferior beers (I'm assuming that's what the song said). No we were given small cans of 333, which ...
... incredible! Inhumane. They wanted to destroy the farm land and their living. There was a quote taken from a US sergeant, he said if the Vietnamese don't drop their weapons and surrender we will bomb them back into the Stone Age. They dropped hundred and thousands of gallons of agent orange chemical which was proven that just 85g of the stuff could wipe out an entire city. The chemicals poisoned the crops for around 10 years, it would constantly ...
... early dinner, when Sabrine was able to munch again. In the evening, she decided to go back to the hotel to rest while I stayed in the old town for a few beers. I randomly met with a dutch couple that was in Phon Nha with us, and I sat with them for the evening. They also promised to send me a few pictures of the Phong Nha caves. We also met with a british couple that was in the caves with us. Hoi an is a small town! The beers were 10000 ...
... twin room. We complained so the teenage boy on reception who spoke no English came up to the room and grunted and made hand gestures suggesting we could make it a double by pushing the two beds together, as if it was our job to do so. We quickly made sure he knew that would be his job as we were there as guests, not labourers. He reluctantly obliged and as he got to work we took a bit of pleasure watching him struggle with the beds as he had ...
... shallow river that you can walk up stream through red clay rocks to reach a nice waterfall. It reminded us very much of the red rocks of Sedona in the USA. On the way to the waterfall we met a nice Dutch couple and spent a bit of time chatting with them along the way.
The next stops were the red and white sand dunes of Mu Ne, called 'The Sahara of Vietnam'. There were quad bikes available for rent but they cost $30 for 30 mins. As the accommodation ...