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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFirst Hotel Ho Chi Minh City
Four star glory. Lovely staff, welcome drinks, lovely room an a VERY comfortable bed for our last night in Vietnam
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As our lovely trip rolls to an end, we are still managing to enjoy highly memorable moments. Having spent the last 3 weeks doing very little except lie on the beach (in the shade) and laugh our socks off with L & L we decided to have a spectacular final meal in Nha Trang. It was idyllic, sat by the sea in the balmy evening watching the sun …
With weary eyes from a long and sleepless night we ventured out into the heat. First stop was Ben Thanh Market right at the end of our street. There we saw many things and were serenated by many more. We stopped to have a fresh juice which was fantastic and so refreshing in the heat. We then meandered the streets entertaining ourselfs while we waited the long 4 hours before we could have our rooms. ...
We met Emily this morning and made the journey out to the Cu Chi tunnels. We got a public bus which cost us hardly anything however it was so so hot and took forever. We were all so sweaty when we eventually got off the two buses it took to get us there. We found the entrance, which was pretty hidden funnily enough, and were taken round by a guide. The first one we went in was not too small, but still had ...
... was nothing we could do, apart from try and support her as best we could before she got on the flight. Jenny sat messaging Angela's sister Sarah, and she too told Jenny she shouldn't get on the flight and that Angela would pull herself together and be ok. I know Jen felt guilty, she wanted to do what was right, and for her that was getting on the flight, but Angela wanted to be alone, and would have been annoyed and angry if Jen had gone. I let Jen have some alone time ...
I visited the Cu Chi tunnels today an area that was constantly under siege back during the Vietnam war. The people from these villages here farmed in the clay soil. The people here farmed half the day and fought the other half, these guys were the ones known for the boobie-traps. They were simple poor folk so they used their ingenuity on making the most out of what they have. When the yanks napalmed the area they had no where ...