Lien An Sai Gon Hotel
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... for specifically this sort of thing so there were a lot fewer people. From there I had about an hour before my flight was going to board, so I decided to get some food. I was debating it for a while, since I'd had a pretty good (though unhealthy breakfast) and wasn't feeling particularly hungry. I also had one beautiful thousand baht note, which was going to be nice and easy to carry around. Mi and Ma and I had done a little swapping of ...
... touch. In the afternoon, we saw a rice noodle making factory, then we visited a lovely family. The wife made rice paper and gave us a chance to make some. Her day, every day- no weekends- begins at midnight when she first makes the rice paper so it is set out to dry by the time the sun comes up. She continues the process all day long, sometimes taking a thirty minute afternoon nap, finally going to bed at 10pm. She sleeps less than three hours per night. We ...
... yikes. I said sorry a million times, but was slightly laughing on the inside. In my defence, the locals have no concept of waiting or personal space. Hahaa stupid white girl! (In fact, we've asked a local and they fully admit to saying that about us!) 6 hours on the bus with no crazy concerts, but one man sitting In front of me that snored like a wild animal was trying to get out of him. Haha! We have arrived in the backpacking district and sure ...
... often flanking and confusing the Australians. The conditions didn't suit the Australians in any way, with the holes and tunnels being so small many of the allied soldiers didn't fit. After finding out all of this information, it really opened peoples eyes to what actually happened in the war, definitely a must see! This would be perfect for a school group!
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... not in the annoying ironic way I was planning on enjoying it from.
There is a lot more to instant ramen than just some noodles in a bag or cup (the cup o noodles was one of Ando's great inventions). Anyway, mostly everything was in Japanese, but I'm sure it told the heartwarming story of a plucky Japanese scientist who figured out how to preserve noodles by frying them and thus helped Japan during periods of post-war scarcity. There is ...