Liberty Hotel Saigon Greenview
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Nice big room, average breakfasts at the adjoining coffe shop, slow-ass elevator!!
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Woke up to another amazing sunrise from the balcony.
We had one last swim in the pool before heading off on a local bus back to Phan Tiet and then on a tourist bus to Saigon.
Phan Tiet is not a tourist destination at all, so if you want to see a Vietnamese city without too much Western influence, then this is the place …
An early rise this morning to go to a floating market. A quick ride on a boat down towards the Mekong Delta, otherwise known as the Nine Dragons as the Mekong river becomes nine rivers, took us to the market area. Here it didn't take long before a small boat came up along side us and offered coffee, coconuts and drinks. Further along all the larger whole sale boats display what the are selling by raising their wares up on ...
... trip: -To Asians I look like David Beckham and my name is near impossible to pronounce and so they call me "cool" or "Mr cool", neither of which I mind. -Wandering chickens and stray dogs and cats are extremely common. -Chickens love to cross roads and I'm sure cause many accidents. -Drivers are crazy (not surprisingly) and the right of way always goes to the bigger vehicle. -Traffic signs are seemingly randomly obeyed and disobeyed. -Fried ...
... loved it. We stayed right in the heart of the backpacker district which meant we were surrounded by bars and restaurants and never short of choices. We spent a lot of time chilling out here, although our room with no windows wasn't the best choice of place... My favourite place, although difficult to see and read was the War Remnants museum, previously called the American War Crimes Museum. It was the best representation of the war that I saw in Vietnam and had a large ...
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Cao Dai (a.k.a. Dao Cao Dai or Caodaism) is a syncretist Vietnamese religious movement with a strongly nationalist political character. Cao Dai draws upon ethical precepts from Confucianism, ...