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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... followed by lunch, but not before getting a chance to cycle round the island first.
Our tour did not have the most athletic group I've seen and therefore when all but two people decided to take the guide up on the cycling I was highly surprised. Our first casualty was one of the Australian girls who managed to drive herself head first into the shrubs. Banged up and bleeding she made her own way back to the start, which only happened to be 10 metres ...
Today I got up early to head off on a half- day tour to the Cu Chi tunnels. The tunnels were used by the Vietcong(communist Northern Vietnamese) to live in and fight out of while they lived deep within Southern territory. After a 2 1/2 hour journey(caused more by traffic than distance) we arrived at Cu Chi and were led around the site. First of all we were shown a documentary about the tunnels before heading out to ...
I think we all managed to get at least a few hours sleep last night but it wasn't long and all the time I kept worrying for Angela. When we woke she said she'd managed to sleep for a few hours which pleased me, at least she'd got a little rest. We paced around outside the hostel waiting on our taxi we'd booked, it was late. Eventually after a few phone calls we found out it wasn't going to arrive and instead we'd have to take a local taxi to the airport. It was an anxious wait ...
... pieces. Must have been awful to be in this very
jungle knowing that you could be on the receiving end of one of these.
After surviving the shooting range we had the opportunity to sample the staple diet of the Viet Cong guerrilla fighters, which allowed them to survive for so long hidden in the tunnels – boiled cassava or “tapioca” as we call it, a starchy tuberous ...
... beauties. For example "Fried Beer', "Tofu Windsurfing", "Non cooking side of God" and " The Gravity Green Pepper"
V - Visas. What should be a simple streamlined process is in fact a circus of extraordinary bumps and hoops most of which are totally unnecessary. You get a visa on arrival to start the process - heaven forbid you don;t get the right invoice because otherwise they will not reimburse the cost despite what your contract says.. Then you sign a contract ...