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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Ho Chi Minh City
... England, I don't think I would have noticed this quite as much, but one thing I have learnt about myself is how much I love being around friendly people, to me that's what gives a place its charm and character and ultimately makes me fall in love with a place. What can I say, I'm a Northern girl through and through! My next stop after Saigon would be Hoi An, luckily for me Jenni, Andy and Miles were heading there this weekend also, so we arranged to meet up. Hanna, was also heading to ...
... in the cafe playing with her card game she was making. She was cutting bits off and handing them too us like little presents, and tickling Will's neck. She's the cutest girl I've ever seen and so well behaved, could have brought her home. Whilst having dinner Will was approached by a man and he started performing a massage on him, he was too hungover to stop him so he carried on. It was brutal pulling his head off was what it looked ...
... about what the restaurant or the food was all about. Strangely, we had a hot plate in the middle of the table. We tried to understand the menu but honestly it was impossible and the waitress who was incredibly patient with us kept repeating that the meat was premium quality Aussie meat over and over again. There seemed to be only 2 things on the menu, so when we tried to order 1 of each she told us no, we should have the 'combo'. A combo ...
... of tunnels were dug out of the clay soil at first to avoid the French then were used to fight a gorilla war against the southern army by the Viet Cong. One small part of the tunnels is open for visitors so those who could, crawled in and duck-walked and crawled the 100 meters. The narrowest part in which we had to army crawl was the original size. It was fun crawling through them but sobering to realize these tunnels had been used for sneak attacks, ...
... to be relieved of our money and belongings, left to our own devices and to miss our plane. Oh boy! Needless to say the cab ride has me a little shaken. We arrive at the airport and I am happy to say farewell to Gramps.
As we clear security and baggage check in, I begin my standard preflight checklist. I spy two potential terrorists, size them up, and confirm in my own mind that I can probably take them if I needed to. Next, I enumerate all the babies coming aboard and ...