Lien An Sai Gon Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... The shear number is amazing, it reminds me of the pictures I've seen of Japanese traffic and the busy streets I've visited in large Chinese cities, but.... but even more chaotic. The ammount of weaving and dodging and honking and speeding and near misses is outstanding. But its a way of life and at a glance it hardly seems impossible without tragedy at every corner, but at a close look, it works. Very well. We stopped at a little corner and ate local ...
... shut up for the day (silly us - it is open every day - we just hadn't walked far enough). Very tired and hungry we stopped at the first restaurant we could find for lunch which turned out to be Egyptian! A mediocre first meal unfortunately - but the juices were great.Steve used the map and directed us around the city which turned out to be around in circles and after a few hours we finally found our way back to the ...
... the tour as we returned back to Can Tho and caught the bus back to HCMC. We arrived back in HCMC around 6:00 had a group photo and made arrangements to meet for dinner at 8:30. Seven of us got together for Pho at our favorite spot in town. All in all our the tour was OK, but it turned out to be a great trip because of our new friends from Portugal, Italy, Canada, New York and San Diego..thank you Mountain Tour Group. Hope to see you all down the ...
... white person."
Yeah, exactly. For the reminder, these are adults I'm talking about. Educated adults. These people are just too much. So here's how to ruin a study abroad experience: go with a bunch of politically correct ethnic studies students who blame everything wrong in the world on white people. I have learned something so far... how much of a joke the ethnic studies program at UCSD is. I can't believe there are actually people like this in the world. I ...
... pouring rain for a couple minutes off and on throughout the entire afternoon, with intense winds blowing through the buildings, creating a wind tunnel down our street, stealing plants, umbrellas, outdoor furniture, and even a poor cat from the front porches of the numerous buildings down the way. Lightening is frequent here. My minor fear of lightning lapsed after I witnessed the beautiful show it presented in the gray afternoon sky above the city. It ...