Hoang Hai Long
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Today was a travel day to Vietnam. We had a late start today. We didn't have to leave until 9:45 am. So, we slept until 7:00, relaxed, and had a late breakfast while waiting.
Then a quick trip to the airport, saying goodbye to our Lao guide, and quickly through security/passport control. We flew to Phnom Penh for a brief stop for more …
We left this morning for our 2-hour drive out to the Cu Chi Tunnels. The weather was great this morning. Did I tell you yesterday that our local guide was an entertainer. He had jokes (moldy oldies) and sang to us. A very entertaining chap.
Along the way, we stopped at a roadside market. Here we had a demonstration by the woman who runs …
... showed us all the traps they used to the Americans which were pretty gruesome. Then he showed us a map of the tunnels underground and it showed how people had rooms and kitchens all built in a colony. After this we drove back to oh chi min , but only to stop for some noodle soup! We then went to the war museum which was really interesting to learn about the war in Vietnam but it was all one sided and made the Americans seem ...
... midnight, so 40 min late. Overall the 11 hr flight wasn’t too bad, managed to get a bit of rest on it (4 hrs or so) and even with the 2 delays, we still landed in Vancouver on time. My next challenge on this “Race”.. to make the last ferry to the Sunshine Coast, which sails at 9:15pm. Of course they had to put me in the very last row of the plane, so no chance of disembarking quickly! It’s about a 45min trip from the airport to ...
... in to the city because I was expecting it to be similar to Hanoi, but it couldn't be more different. I wasn't expecting to see high rise buildings at all, what I was expecting though was the traffic. I actually believe it's worse than in Hanoi. The bus dropped us off and my hostel was only a 10 minute walk and I was delighted to be welcomed with a cold drink and a snack (just a shame it was a banana). I checked in to my room and was greeted by an American girl, a ...