Hoang Phong Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... to and from the cave. Since first arriving in Vietnam, it has been very apparent that the most popular mode of transport is a motorbike. A lot of westerners choose to rent motorbikes to explore Vietnam their own way, to get off the map, some choose to buy their own bike and travel the whole country that way. We had been toying with the idea of renting a motorbike for the day, we knew that if we were going to do it, Phong Nha was definitely the safest place to do so, the roads ...
... I really really enjoyed HCMC. We stayed 3 nights at a 9 story hostel with a roof top bar and the most incredible views of the city by day or night. All hostel guests also received free breakfast which we had already grown accustom too BUT at this hostel we also received 2 free draft beers every evening...WINNING! I am also proud to say I really did take on the 'tourist' role in HCMC and I really enjoyed it. ...
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Visiting Vietnam has been surprising, enlightening, comfortable, beautiful, and efficient. War is a living hell. Everyone really loses. The resilience of people is inspiring and gives hope to the world.
... wasn't sure how either of them would do, but most especially Jack. He had lots of questions on th way back to our hotel, and we had a full debriefing . We felt prepared to visit the tunnels tomorrow.
Our evening was spent in the pool and relaxing. Jack and Paul went to what Jack called "Hat Street". Stores in SE Asia seem to be organized by objects being sold. Clothes - one street. DIY - another street. Hats - you get the idea. Jack wanted ...
... for more delicious wontons (all through animated sign language) the soup lady only laughs and brings me an overflowing bowl of wonton soup. Upon leaving she never charges me extra. When we had our fish Christmas dinner in Mui Ne Dana apparently left her wallet at the restaurant without knowing it. Over an hour later when we are walking back past this restaurant and the old frail man who I assume was the owner comes running out towards us waving Dana's wallet high in ...