BEST WESTERN Chancery Saigon All Suite Hotel
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... About 2:30pm we were getting a bit weary and fairly hot so returned to the Rex, had a beer on the rooftop and then a LLD. Back out into the fray about 5:30pm for some seafood Pho (A$4) near the night markets. Must be good as President Clinton ate there in 2000. A wander through the markets saw us marketed out. Back to the peace and quiet of the Rex for a rooftop nightcap and then an early ...
... and Cuong chatting to go across the street to the famed Ben Thanh Market. With so many shops and so little time, I walked through the market. Since most did not take credit cards and I was low on dollars, I just enjoyed the excitement.
On our way back to the ship, we visited the Chinese medicine street. We got a lesson on the way the different herbs and dried roots can heal many diseases.
Then we made our last ...
... t much opportunities to look down to the ground because of the clouds. First part of some visible land is above north/east part in India and then in Thailand.
Shortly before descending to landing we are asked to fill in medical statement, fear from ebola is noticeable also here.
And now the visa II. part :D After arrival we need to pick up our visa, it doesn’t sound complicated and in principle it is not. Just give them proper ...
... and let them record me saying it. how embarrassing! walked back home and chilled at the hostel for the rest of the night. found out paul missed his flight to New Zealand, so he'll be coming with us too! bus leaves for phnom penh tomorrow at 11:30am. cheers to crossing yet another border! side note: i didn't take many photos in saigon on account of theft is extremely high. i met two girls in two days that had their side backs stolen by a motorbike driver. whomp whomp! xo, ...
... I add it was HUGE!
After my feed, I jumped straight onto a bus and headed out to the War Remnants Museum, it was only a short a short bus trip which was complementary.
The museum was absolutely massive, 2 stories of history and over 3000 displays and replica items! There was so much in there it was information overload, it was absolutely great, from reading up on ...