Hotel Tay Ho
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Multilingual staff
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... we might have problems. Turns out it was fairly simple apart from the fact we had to go through 4 check points, 2 on each side. What still confuses me is the two check points on each side were only 100m apart. Why on earth you need your passport checking again after only moving 100m is crazy.
After crossing over we got on our second bus which to everyone’s joy was a bit bigger than the minibus we had ...
... Brayden to rest for a bit we just went somewhere close and the food was great and again people lovely. Home for a quick swim and bed. Sorry blog so long but keeping it as my record as well. Hope you are all enjoying the warm weather back home. Mum and dad please travel safely home. Beth I am trying to make an effort in the blog for you, you keep me motivated to do it. Poor Richard is doing ok as you can see I am looking after him, lol. xxxx ...
... and machine edged with a binding.
These are mostly family run businesses, the workers are extended family members or neighbors.
We walk through a dirt path past some houses all built on stilts because in a month or so the river will flood and where we walk today will be underwater and the men will be fishing through the floor of the house. Past the rice paddies and back to the river, our local boat is waiting for us and we take a short ...
... company (and thus touristy) and therefore not an entirely authentic activity.
Our guide picked us up at 9 o clock in the morning. After getting to know eachother, we went out by foot. First we went to the Prison which is called ''Prison Provinciale''. The French Colonists built the prison in 1886 and they initially run this place, before the Americans took over. It used to be an area of 3762m2 and everybody in this ...
... had a go. I was handed a lump of meat dangling on a rod at which the crocodiles lunged. Crocodiles are strong animals. Don't worry, I was behind a cage and was in no danger. I guess this would've been more of an anecdote if the Croc attacked me or something, but, no, they just ate the meat and off I went. Insert pointless kayak ride with ladies demanding tips as they row. Next was a bee farm which filled me with great excitement, hoping ...