Hoang Gia Huy Hotel
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... with the hotel directly to pick me up and transfer me from the airport to the hotel it would have cost me $20 USD.
On arrival to the hotel, was greeted by a friendly doorman/bellman who assisted me with my bags. I went and got checked in at the front desk, didn't take long at all and proceeded to my room on the 5th floor along with the bellman and my bags. However upon entering the room I noticed immediately that the room is a smoking room, which ...
... booby traps and fall into the hole below lined with spikes and there was no way of getting out. The VC's would then walk up behind them and kill them.The following examples are surrounded by fake grass just for the purpose of the display.
Tyre sandals were made for the VC soldiers. These were provided with toe thongs on front and back allowing the wearer ...
... Penh. At night, the vendors surround the building and the stalls are specked with food vendors of all kinds. This was my first night eating Vietnamese food and I was stoked! We pulled up our red plastic stools and prepared to enjoy our first pho, fresh spring rolls, Banh mi (Vietnamese baguettes) and Saigon beer in a glass with ice cubes.. Yep that's the way they do it. There I also had the chance to sample a ton of different fruits I had never had before including jack fruit, a ...
... to go bowling, which despite being heaps of fun was also an experience in itself. The bowling alley was at the top of the swankiest department store I have ever been in. There were temperature controls for the loo seats in the toilets and very sophisticated massage and bidet system at the push of a button! I have never seen anything like it before! It's crazy going from the poverty on the streets of the city to the luxurious marble floored ...
... away. From there, We caught a bus outside of the terminal to the city centre. We were on a bus full of Vietnamese people and as usual, it was jam packed!! When it dropped us off we didn't have a clue where we were. Lots of xe om drivers were surrounding us asking if we wanted a lift. They were doing our heads in so we walked a bit further down the street. We were looking at the map in the book outside a cafe. A man noticed that we ...