Hoang Hai Long 1
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Well where do I start!! Ok, lets start at the very beginning ...... a very good place to start!!! So after the hangover and aftermath of Nha Trang we had to vacate our rooms by 12 noon and we weren't catching the train until 9pm so it was a long long day. I walked to the sleeping buddah with Amy and then a lovely gallery with black and white photos …
Saigon, the last leg of tour in Vietnam before moving onto Cambodia. We set out early to visit the famous Cu Chi tunnels which is located about an hour and a half out of the city. This is a very significant site for the Vietnam war, where the Viet Cons build a system of underground tunnels to hide in by day. We had the opportunity to walk through …
I'll start off by telling you about the rest of my day yesterday.. Poor Hella had to wash my hair for me over the bath because "the claw" (as it has now been nick named) couldnt get wet!! We then got on the 9:15pm train to Saigon, which rolled in this morning at 5:30am. We were in a similar carriage to last time except this was a hard sleeper - no …
Leisure breakfast and we leave at 10:40 on for a flight to Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC), 10 million people and 6 million motorbikes. On the way to the airport we saw many hotels all about the same stages of construction. They are certainly building for the future and it appears they hope that tourism will be a big part of their growth.
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Today our group goes to the Cu Chi Tunnels. In 1940 this legendary tunnel network allowed the Viet Cong to control a large area close to Saigon. The tunnel stretches from Saigon to the Cambodian border some 250km. Portions are several storeys deep and include living areas, hospitals, storage facilities, weapons factories and kitchens.
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