Moevenpick Hotel Saigon
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I wake up in my cold, poorly insulated home. The roof has a hole in it allowing the cold air to come in and there is no door in the place of the entrance of our home. I felt my fingers and toes giving in to the cold. My back ached, as well as my head and the rags I wore for clothes are dirty now. I've been sleeping on the dirt floor lately because our family was blessed with a new family member and my mom told me I had to give up my bed for him. He ...
... to trade on their boats to sell at the market. It was a really neat experience. Alex and I are now back in hcmc and we went to the war museum today-very upsetting particularly the photos of the affects of agent orange in photographs. That's a whole another blog. Today we are heading to langkawi in Malaysia. We will fly to Hanoi when we return to see northern Vietnam. Hope everyone is well.
Sleep deprivation is catching up with me - I'm knackered! We always seem to choose the noisy hotels. From the Mekong and the helicopters (!) to our latest hotel. Woke up in the night by an almighty storm - the wind was blowing a gale and the rain was lashing down, with rain water 2 foot deep running down the main street. In the morning the rain had gone, thank god but the wind was still ...
... range at the tunnels where tourists can pay to use AK-47s, M-16s, M-30s, and all kinds of other military weaponry. So the whole time you're doing the tour all you can hear are continual gunshots in the distance. Maybe I'm too much of a pacifist and maybe I just really hate weapons of any kind but this feels horrendously disrespectful to me. Here we are in a place where people died everyday from these kind of weapons and people are paying to use them to fulfill some kind ...
... decided to walk back to the hotel with a stop for a cool drink about halfway back.
Back at the hotel we dropped off our bags and decided to go and get some lunch before our day trip to the Cu Chi tunnels in the afternoon. The first place we tried was closed due to a power outage so we went to Pho 24 and took a seat. No sooner had we done this than the power went out there too so ...
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