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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Have run down the Dong to almost nothing. The hotel finally fixed the Internet so I scrambled to do mail in the 10 minutes before the bus went. Finally got onto the bus and wended our way out of the city onto the road that doubles as a highway. Got to the border about two hours later and said goodbye to Triet. We carried our bags inside, although …
... man nearly fell in. There were quite a few fish being caught but they were only tiny baby ones. After dinner tonight we got talking to a retired history teacher, you could tell he was a teacher he could bloody talk! But he was nice enough! We were there for a good hour putting the world right. I was (as always) people watching because it's my most favourite hobby! Watched this tall and slim, hard faced 60 odd years of age Asian man get out of a truck with ...
... Aussie was wearing the same shirt as another picture posted of him happily riding a tuk tuk earlier in the day. For dinner, it was KFC. There is a fascination with KFC in foreign countries. I first noticed it in Asia, then it was the same story in Africa. Salorm and I wanted to go to KFC because in 2010 I brought her here and she loved it. "This is the nicest restaurant I have ever been in" was what she said at the time. They had a promotion during the 2010 visit which ...
... guide, Sita, would not be taking us on to Vietnam in the morning; in fact we would be going alone. The very pleasant meal was made even more pleasant by a bottle of wine. An expense we had been holding back on up to now but at the time it was worth every dollar. In addition to the meal some cultural dancing was thrown in with very precise hand and feet movements. I am afraid the photos are on my phone and I have no way of getting them off at ...
... and inside is 17 levels, packed with thousands of skulls and bones and clothes of the excavated corpses, harrowing - immediately the chills began. You walk around this mass graveyard, you see the graves were hundreds of bodies lay, people bludgeoned to death and thrown into the pits, you literally still see fragments of bone, teeth and cloth from the victims as you walk around; every few months the staff find and collect these as they're brought to the surface by rain. All at the ...