Northern Hotel Saigon
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... all of their travel issues. Tai, our tour guide, met us at the airport pickup and walked us to our bus. He welcomed us to Ho Chi Mien City, formerly known and still sometimes called Saigon, Vietnam! I think we were all so excited and overwhelmed we weren’t listening a ton to what he had to say, or at least I wasn’t. I was too busy looking at all of the neon lights, the street vendors, the traffic, and the mass amounts of people! Vietnam is incredible! ...
... late night 'spa's' and the scantily dressed ladies trying to entice you in - Jen included! We had a great time watching the world go by.
We had to change hotels the next day as our Mekong Delta trip didn't leave until the 10th and our hotel was fully booked for the extra night we now needed. So we packed up our stuff and made the oh so long journey just round the corner. Feeling the need for some 'western' food after 2 days on the beer we opted for a Greek place we'd seen ...
... the nuts, our new crisps and had hot drinks. That night Eiry woke up at 3am and couldn't get back to sleep until around 6! But she was texting home to find out that they'd put the Christmas decorations up! Cerys also gave the Christmas card to Tina and John that we got in Thailand and it turns out that John filled up when he was reading it, not Tina!! It's making us sad seeing all of the decorations and hearing about Christmas ...
... Molly) we finally got the price of $15US for each watch. We had just mastered the art of bartering. After spending 20 minutes there, we had little time left and made our way around shoving through tight spaces, getting grabbed by the arm, clothes shown in our faces, getting yelled at and the look people gave you, wanting you to buy there stuff. After digging off a woman wanting to sell me a skirt, we safely made it back to the ...
... br> We had two full days in Ho Chi Minh and our first day was dedicated to the Mekong Delta. It was a disorienting whirlwind of bizarre manufactured tourist activities. Very chinaesque. We took a two-hour bus ride to the Delta, followed by a smaller boat ride to an island. Then we tasted durian—truly one of the most disgusting things I’ve ever put into my mouth. Then off to see a beehive and sample honey-lime tea. There was a photo op with a ...