Travel Blogs from Ho Chi Minh City
... allow him to fire a gun, as he wasn't 18. Our guide Li, arranged for Zach to at least have his photo taken with the guns. Li treated the girls to a much deserved ice cream. We then saw a demonstration of how rice paper is made, then it was time to go into the tunnels.
Zach put on Scott's GoPro and down they went, they emerged champions by going the whole 100m of tunnel!!!! The champions were greated at the end ...
... mass on!
Post office. Lovely French architecture from afar.
Ben tahn markets. Same samw. Lots of ****. Lots of haggling and plenty of horrible smells. Melbourne 1984 Marty!!
Home by 6 hot and knackered!
With little left in thrw tank it was a swim, shower And a taxi back to the trusty hoa tuc.
And what can I say? Bloody fantastic choice! A simply divine dinner of squid and green papaya salad, and water spinach w duck salad.
Vietnam I love ...
... only $1.50 we rode a small gondola for 3 min to the top of the hill where a spectacular view of all of Udaipur including the 2 lakes and the palace was waiting for us. The sun was beginning to set and it turned out to be the most perfect time to reach the top and enjoy a romantic sunset. We snapped a few quality pictures and took the tram back down the hill on route to catch our sleeper bus to Jaisalmer.
When we woke up and finally arrived in Jaisalmer, we couldn’t ...
... had to hide in there for sometimes weeks at a time.
That night, we had a similar repeat of the evening before, all heading out to the street bars bbefore this time heading to a slightly busier bar to finish off the night. We had to say goodbye to Anika, who we met in Hoi An, and have traveled with a lot since. Goodbyes have got to be the worst part of traveling, but as we went our separate ways we know we finished our night with a good celebration.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsElegant Inn Ho Chi Minh City
Good fresh breakfast
Room clean though a little small.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.