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Our flight from Paris delayed 2 and half hours. As a consequence of this we missed the connection flight to Manila and stayed in Ho Chi Minh City for one night to wait until the morning. We were trasferred to Hotel Ramana, got delicious lunch and dinner plus transport service. ;
De Paris para Hoh hi Minh City no Vietname onde supostamente iríamos fazer uma escala de 2 horas e seguir para Manila, Filipinas. O nosso voo de atrasou-se e não conseguimos apanhar o voo para Manila, A Vietname Airlines (que ao inicio nos parecia duvidosa) tinha uma hospedeira a nossa espera á saída do avião, tratou de reagendar a nossa viajem …
... wars. It's intense. Which way will it go. 170k Jack pushes for. 250k the chap responds. Who will hold their nerve... And we are locked in. Price agreed... 220k! Which means Dungate spends 500k for two (buying in bulk) whilst Jack spends 520k for two across two stands. Simple stuff this and a rookie error. As we head back a woman is selling a foot shuttlecock thing. Jack buys one. They are all doing it out here. Like hackie sack but with a ...
... immigration officer who told us off for queueing together and showed his disdain by not making eye contact with us. We made it through customs and then Rich got his first taste of bartering through sorting out taxi, he's got a little way to go though.
The traffic in Ho Chi Min city is interesting to put it mildly. There are generally three lanes, one for cars and two for mopeds. But generally people drive where they ...
Just yards from the iconic clock tower of the Ben Thanh market, at the very heart of the old Sai-Gon district of Ho Chi Minh City, is the classic French colonial Fine Art Museum. You can see the clock tower from the balconies of the museum... though already the view is partially obscured by a rising tower crane and will soon be blotted out entirely by yet another hi-rise in downtown HCMC.
Ho Chi Minh City is still a mix of the old and the new, but much of the old is neglected, ...