Phuoc An River Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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This one is longer and more rickety than the last one!!! No turning back now.... We walk across ... Slowly.... Each step seems like a death defying moment (at least it does for Cris). After what seemed like hours.... But probably around 7 mins, we arrived safely on the other side... Made it..
Some high fives, some photos and some promises by the guides that this would be the last of the bamboo ...
... poor weather encourages drinking, we had our cheapest beer yet, 15p, 4.5%. It only took a few and we really were laughing! In the words of Sandy Haigh, "the more you drink, the more you save". We love bargains, so we got on with the money saving.
Four hours later (the time passing with cards and people watching), the barman said those tough words, "I'm sorry, we have no more fresh beer, would you like Larue (Viet bottled lager) on 2 for 1?" Of course we would!!
... and warmer, wetter winters to the south. Now having a hangover while travelling is never fun but sitting in a tiny mini bus going over crazy bumpy swervey roads must've been a nightmare and one of our group in particular was really suffering... It was going to be long four hours and I was so glad I'd called it a night when I had! We stopped after about an hour in at a massive lake that was used for oyster farming. There was hardly a ripple on the water and it ...
... finding the local markets which were even in the afternoon still bustling and crowded. I walked around for a while checking out the local produce and everything else between. After walking around for a whole and after taking lots of photos I decided to slowly start heading back to my homestay for a break before going out later. On the way back I picked up some baguettes as I had plans with them that involved vegemite. When I arrived back I relaxed for a while with the doors to my balcony ...