Moevenpick Hotel Saigon
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... who weren't - died....a sobering thought! After cu chi our trusty driver appeared with thee aircon blasting and cold water -bless him! We hit the road back to town and we were delivered to monsoon for a delightful set lunch of fish soup, mixed appetiser including nik's fav - rice paper rolls, beef and veg noodle, and Vietnamese iced coffee. Surprisingly the Vietnamese arw very into (and proud of!) their coffee.....hmmm- we think they need to taste an NZ ...
... to. Then they got to fire bigass guns, for which I am jealous. Maybe I should do that on my birthday, I just don't want to also blow up the cow. They asked for the blog. I traded them for selfies that they're in. I wasn't going to, but I already blogged that if we see them again I would do it, so given the inordinantly crazy odds against running into them in the only 10 hours we were there at the same time, I can't pussy out now Jokingly I say we'll have to delete all ...
... bike to the killing fields and prison but couldn't as all the bikes were booked out so we just walked and explored the city. It was pretty dead, still due to the new year. We did bump into Tim from Ko Tao again though which was nice. The next day we got up nice and early to make the 40km bike ride to the killing fields and prison. We started off and soon realised that the city roads were not the safest place in the world. Mopeds would come from all areas and drive the ...
... we didn't understand why this was written everywhere. Lol after a week of traveling just a week in Thailand and now, Vietnam, we get the humour behind it.
We left Saigon on the night of January 26th. We took a night bus to Nha Trang.
... headed back to the hotel and cleaned up. It was a long day of walking and I was able to rest for a little bit before heading back out for diner and the beer market. I wanted lasagna for my birthday as this is what I do every year, so I had seen a pasta place and went there with Marc and Anita would join us later. The area was already getting crowded so an older man offered to give us his table to instead we insisted on joining him for some company. This man was an ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMoevenpick Hotel Saigon Ho Chi Minh City
It's a small hotel, with a small pool, a bar and fitness centre. However the rooms were really comfortable, nice design with huge windows which I absolutely love. There's a Japanese restaurant downstairs and a little cafe with great seats.
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