Northern Hotel Saigon
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... Island for some great diving. We are both still hacking and sneezing and I am pretty grumpy, but we decide to keep on trucking. The Froggies Resort car finally pick us up a couple of hours late at the hotel and take us to the Tourist Marina. We get on a long wooden boat in torrential rain. Only one of the outboard engines works well. The assistant pulled on the starter cord for a long time. Not an auspicious ...
... in such a way as to create cloudbursts that extinguished the fires. The VC remained safe and sound in their tunnels. Unable to win this battle with chemicals, the US army began sending men down into the tunnels. These ‘tunnel rats’, who were often involved in underground fire fights, sustained appallingly high casualty rates. When the Americans began using German shepherd dogs, trained to use their keen sense of smell to locate trapdoors ...
... passport for staying in a hostel, just a copy of it. You have 24 hours of entering China to register with the local police station your address and the place you are staying, which I remember from the first thing I did with my hostel family (go to the police station and get registered). Guess that's a communist country thing :).
I got completely lost trying to find the office for the bus company that I'd heard of. I ended up at the Ben ...
... was quite an exciting adventure for us, but we just wanted to get there really after a long day of travelling. We followed each other in a line and equipped with our torches (for those smart enough to bring them!) we slowly made our way over the flooded bridge in our flip flops. We had no idea where the edge of the bridge was and were simply told by the local guy to walk directly in the middle in a straight line so that we don't go over the edge. But obviously that ...
... also did my back in while I was throwing up (lol) so was in alot of pain.
The whole of the next day was spent with me feeling sorry for myself in the room. Rob stayed in to look after me which was nice. Whilst I was still feeling fragile I thought I would be OK for the train as the sickness had stopped, but it was my back which was now the problem. I've had problems with my back before but not for a while after the physio seemed to fix me. ...