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Finally, we made it to the outer suburbs as we headed for today's adventure at the infamous Cu Chu Tunnel Complex. This area iconically typifies the fight between the well-equipped Americans and the ingenious and committed but poorly-equipped locals.
Tunnels, trap doors, booby traps and adapted animal traps made this area ...
... actually close for lunch.
The War Museum slants the story of the American Involvement as not being very favourable. The effects of the chemical gas "Asian Orange" was particularly disturbing, but the visit about the Vietnam War was enlightening.
The Independence Palace has beautiful grounds, and still serves political , cultural and social purposes. Their is even a series of tunnels and bunkers under ...
... pineapple (30,000VND) in a neat spiral cut and also popped into a bakery for a small package of' cookie things (40,000VND). I made my way back to the hotel and enjoyed about 2 hours of pool time!! It was absolutely wonderful and refreshing!
A repeat from yesterday, spent rest of the afternoon staying nice and chilled in the room! Decided to stay local and eat dinner at the hotel. It was good but took a crazy ...
Today was our visit to the Cu Chi tunnels so after breakfast we all got in the minibus and met our guide 'Skinny Hye' (we weren't being mean there were two tour guides called Hye that G use and that's how they refer to them...). We were sat in the back of the bus with Laura and Joel and soon found every time we went over a bump in the road we flew off our seats into the air, narrowly avoiding slamming our heads into the roof of the bus. Made for ...
... mill and coconut candy workshop, where they made "pop-rice" and "pop-noodles." I was fascinated watching the process of heating up sand in a large wok that hung over a fire. Once the sand is hot enough, they add either rice or hard noodles, which begin to pop immediately. A wok-full is ready within about 30 seconds, and the color and texture of the rice and noodles changes, making them puffy and crunchy, much like Rice Krispies or Cheetos. They then ...