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Travel Blogs from Ho Chi Minh City
... where many of the atrocities carried out against the Vietnamese are well publicised. There were many graphic photos on display here, capturing the infamous My Lai Massacre and the horrendous impact that Agent Orange had on the Vietnamese. If you have no idea what any of this means, then it's worth reading about what the Americans did to these people and the impact that this has had on them still today. In the following days we spent time visiting the ...
... to DaNang where we will then go to Hoi An. Hoi An is an ancient port that has been preserved and is one of the Jewels of Vietnam. It is also designated as a World Heritage Sight. It is also located @ 3 miles from the beaches of the South China Sea and they are still relatively quite and rated as some of the most beautiful in SE Asia. How long we stay in Hoi An is anyones guess....you'll have to wait and see.
... pavement, watching fish swimming in huge tanks just inside the restaurant. We had seafood salad and stir fried beef with green leafs (sic). Soaking up the warmth, a balmy 26°C or so, and feeling really sad that our holiday has come to an end.
Then back to the Grand to retrieve our luggage, change into warmer clothes, call a taxi and make our way to the airport. A long wait till our plane boarded at about ...
... kids for a jolly outing, we thought. Cu Chi was a prosperous village, where the US army decide to base a big HQ camp. Right beside them the Viet Cong were busy excavating 200 kms of tunnels, underneath the US Army and to the outskirts of Saigon. It is set in light forest, and all over the place we stopped to peer down small holes which led down to the tunnels. Finally we got a ...
We had a bit of energy left after the journey and were able to find the local market, it was a little different to Leeds market but there was plenty of bustle and we enjoyed just walking around the stalls, off food, jewellery, shoes, makeup, chopsticks, and tiny blue and white tea sets mum wud have liked.
The second day we toured the city walking till our legs got tired, on the way we booked a tour to see the cu chi tunnels the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet