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... now, it rain heavy" and as he dashed off all hell broke lose as the rain began to pour. We found ourselves stood under a small cover with several locals who had also been caught out and had to ride out the storm until we could make our way back. A fight then broke out where a western man seemed to be embroiled in a large tussle just outside the shop we wanted to go to for some snacks and supplies. We had to pick a distance close enough to see the good stuff but far enough away so ...
... the highlights....Max's Gadafi loving old school friend and the chicken, Ella and Max's new airline VIrgin bunks and Richard hairstyling bears. I went to her laughing, the girls thought I was crying, I was shaking trying to hold the laughter in as I went to bed. Didn't get much sleep at all because was rocking head to toes all night, plus was very aware of people moving up and down the cabin.
Looking forward to lazing on the beach tomorrow.
... really is a never-ending task when drinking from ice-filled glasses in a hot country), and would constantly ensure our glasses were filled right to the very top. In short, he was a parasite. I’m sure a very nice guy but just a pain in the bloody ****. In the end I told him he could take a break and leave us.
I returned to Chill the following Friday (23 May) with Larry and Kate, Tom, Kris and a few others. As usual ...
... a few girls got dropped off at some sights on the way back but I was soo tired all I wanted to do was sit in our nice air conditioned lobby and snap( as we had to already check out our rooms by this point) after a nap and a strange dream i set off for a hunt for food with Alex, my new room mate. We chanced upon this crazy bakery that was displayed some awesome looking cakes with huge figurines on them, it reminded me of a cake shop in Oman I used to always want to look in the window ...
... we jumped into a taxi and headed back to the hotel. We had showers in the pool area and then started the repacking process. They gave us some scales to weigh our suitcases. Linda and Clare threw a few things away, and we all adjusted our hand luggage/ suitcase arrangements to come in at 20 kgs each.
Our taxi driver was the worst we had had in Vietnam. He drove at a rapid pace, yelling at other drivers. When we got to the airport I ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGiang Linh Hotel Ho Chi Minh City
Appena arrivati, frastornati dal viaggio e consapevoli di non conoscere ancora il Paese abbastanza, si mette in conto di beccarsi delle fregature. Ma 30$ per questo albergo mediocre e' un furto!!
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