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... I offer the Vietnamese woman beside me, whose name is Tien, who clearly enjoys flying as much as I do, a high five. She accepts.
Now, it's time for the really scary part of the night; secure a cab in the busiest city in Vietnam at 10:30 pm, and drive for 30 minutes of terrifying cab chaos to our hotel. Travel is interesting to me. Three days in Ho Chi Min City and then on to a 14 hour bus ride into Cambodia. I wonder what the cabs will be like there? On we go.
We miss you all.
... to go bowling, which despite being heaps of fun was also an experience in itself. The bowling alley was at the top of the swankiest department store I have ever been in. There were temperature controls for the loo seats in the toilets and very sophisticated massage and bidet system at the push of a button! I have never seen anything like it before! It's crazy going from the poverty on the streets of the city to the luxurious marble floored ...
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After what seemed to be the best nights sleep EVER! We got up and went down for breakfast and got talking to the owner who was a vietnamese lady who lived in OZ, well that was bit of an early morning laugh. She told us she could arrange a bus to Phnom Penh for our next move and the Cu Chi Tunnels which was something on our check list.
After brekkie we went out to find our bearings and figure out what to do with our stay ...