Cinnamon Hotel Saigon
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... relaxed in the middle of all this: (its worth coppying this in your browser)
Today I rode a scooter through the city to have look at some sights I hadn't seen by daylight yet.
In the past France had a period of dominance of this land and left their stamp on it by way of the many buildings they erected throughout the country. ...
... opportunity to return overseas, but he had to weigh it against his wife Cathy’s desire to remain close to her aged and infirm parents in Northern Ireland.
Day 3 (Sunday):
For breakfast Paul enjoyed mango and mangosteen, which he’d never tried before (probably because it doesn’t exist in the UK), followed by a cup of Trung Nguyen No 5 coffee. He didn’t enjoy the durian I forced him to nibble.
We walked to my favourite souvenir shop ...
... a new place to live in Poole after our 2 years in Australia. Sad that the adventure is coming to an end, I am going to miss rice, cheap food and drink, and the friendly outdoor street culture that Asia brings, but I am also looking forward to no longer having frizzy hair, living out of a backpack with half clean clothes, and showering over a toilet seat.
Keep posted for the next Blog, not sure when or where it will be, but we will be back!
... with amazing street food and cheap beer. Me and Hannah found a great place that did rice, a dish of your choice, green beans and a bowl of fried vegetables for only £1! Our first day was spent at the War Museum, I'll admit I knew very little of the Vietnam war, the afternoon was very educational but the graphic images made for an uneasy viewing, the most memorable by far was a photo of an American soldier holding a ...
... in the industrial park about 10 minutes from where I live. 2 Chinese have been killed and 2 Taiwanese injured as far as I know. Many families of Asian origin have been targeted as people fail to differentiate between countries - Chinese, Korean, Japanese, Taiwanese and even Malaysians apparently. It is sad to see the hatred emerging so strongly. Some families who lived in my apartment block have just packed up and left the country in fear of their lives. We ...