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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Concierge desk
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... from their boats, watermelon must have been in season as there were hundreds of them. Unsurprisingly our guide brought us watermelon and made us all eat it.
When we first arrived at the market a lady pulled her boat up next to ours and hooked herself on. She was selling coffee and other drinks. I brought an iced coffee and it was one of the best yet. Another boat that hooked on to ours was a lady selling noodles. It was really interesting ...
... overlooks the ocean. Beautiful! At a whopping $22.50 a night and another $18 to rent the motor bike for this evening and tomorrow. We drove along the beach road and got fabulous photos of the big ships of all colors and the sunset. We stopped at a fish restaurant and had a fish hotpot and seafood rolls. They were crispy. We sat outside overlooking the fishing boats with their lights on. The breeze felt wonderful. Back to the hotel to settle in after another hectic but rewarding ...
... there was more and more sand! When we arrived at our hotel we got our rooms and went straight into the pool! It was so hot! (May have worn my new watch and is now broken) And we then spent the rest of the afternoon shopping around the streets. We then got ready for dinner and hopped on the bus to travel 200m down the road to a place (that had free wifi) and it looked like ...
... get up the twin towers as they only allow so many up each day and it's first come first served. We have a transfer by coach to get there so we're going to go up the KL tower which is actually higher but built on higher ground. We got a bit of a plan for our day in KL but we'll wait and see, gotta couple of places to go to first, tomorrow's elephant village in Thailand and then after two sea ...
Prior to heading to Vung Tau, Minh and I had dinner with the Sisters here in HCMC and planned the trip to Vung Tau. They offered to drive us there in exchange for the work we were to do there. Dinner, especially the home made yogurt, was delicious. The sisters were very gracious and it was just a taste of what was to come. We headed to Vung Tau the next day in the afternoon and it took about 1 1/2 hours by van to get there. Once there we were greeted with open arms, it was a ...