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... town had a normal sea side feel to it, some good places to eat, good weather and cheap beer and accommodation.
The party for Na Trang seems to be over, and while it was reasonably busy we were told numbers were way down due to the recent currency crash in Russia and after this last season from people who probably pre booked their holidays and couldn’t cancel there may be no more Russian in Na Trang for a while.
We did meet a ...
... Vietnamese tanks breached the gates and hung a victory flag from the balcony. These two tanks are enshrined on the grounds near the entrance. Today the building is recognized as a special National Historical Relic, by the Prime Minister of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam.
Our next visit was to the War Remnants Museum. Vietnam is a difficult place for many to visit. For days now, our ship’s personnel have been talking ...
... 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 ...
... out that the hotel we were stopping at was also called a 'love' hotel...nice! I think we had some 'love' clients next door to us as it was very noisy, my ear plugs were my saviours.
We were staying in a area where all the locals lived, they obviously havent seen many white people around here as everyone were just staring at us, its such a weird feeling having every single person on the street stare. All the people were so friendly ...
Experiencing Anzac Day with veterans and their families.
Amazing kind of experience for us this Anzac Day.
It took us nearly a day to get to Vung Tau from Hoi An via flight to Ho Chi Min and hydrofoil ( which was 3 hrs late) and then 1 hr to get to Vung Tau. The city itself was a bit of an eye opener. Much more industrialised than we expected and lots and lots of Aussies have chosen it as their home.
Our first port ...