Intercontinental Asiana Saigon Residences
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... About 2:30pm we were getting a bit weary and fairly hot so returned to the Rex, had a beer on the rooftop and then a LLD. Back out into the fray about 5:30pm for some seafood Pho (A$4) near the night markets. Must be good as President Clinton ate there in 2000. A wander through the markets saw us marketed out. Back to the peace and quiet of the Rex for a rooftop nightcap and then an early ...
... last night we visited the Sky Bar where we were treated like celebrities while enjoying stunning views of the city,
We headed west to embark on a two day cruise of the Meakong Delta. We decided to splash out on a bit of luxury and chartered a private 'bassac' called the Dragon Eyes. The boat was a beautiful old wooden barge with vast en suite bedrooms, a bar, a lounge and room to sunbath and dine on the top deck. ...
... doubt I'm going to use home. Give me a little more space in my pack and a little less weight on my back (oh! it rhymes!).
Anyways, back to the market. The stall owners there are aggressive. They will touch you and grab you and want you to look at their stuff. "Madame" is the form of address used for females. I'm still sad whenever I take my phone out trying to find a case for it and all I get is "no have." On my way there I ran into a guy on ...
As were only in the city a couple of nights we woke up reasonably early and walked around until we found a decent tourist place. Absolutely bombarded the whole way being asked if we wanted to go on mopeds for taxis, constantly being asked 'where are you going?'. Even in the tourist place a lady selling all sorts was constantly poking my shoulder whilst I spoke to the guide, she was fanning us in our faces and putting things she was selling literally centimetres from my face haha ...
... we have travelled to and the memories we have created, I will remember it forever. We didn't do much this afternoon, gathered our things together as we are leaving in the morning, then had a little walk around the city and got some dinner, I had vegetable soup which was soo nice! My favourite thing at the moment!! Miss you all like mad, sending loads of love from Vietnam! Next time I update you all we will be in Cambodia! Ames ...