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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... walk by and touch my butt or hip and then they would smile and others would laugh pleasantly. I came to the conclusion that it had to do with my large size and asked Tam about it when we reassembled. She said that all of the Buddha’s are large in size, and the people see it as a sign of abundance and prosperity so they were touching me for luck. So while I am happy to be a beacon of good fortune while in Vietnam, don’t try this at home or I will smack you. ...
... to a typical chăm village to look at the life and how much of it revolves around the local market. The market is situated next to the river, with a little bridge built over it that is covered over, and also acts as the local Buddhist shrine. The other side is covered with rice paddies. In Hue they only get two crops a year, this is due to the wet season and this usually consists of flooding. They make enough out of each crop to ensure that there is enough for the ...
... I wanted a break from the asian food, and the pizza looked really good. The cocktails turned out bit pretty much just water, or so we thought. She was done with two before my first beer. She wasn't enjoying them, so like the gentleman I sometimes try to be, I offered to drink the third one while she got herself another one from the normal menu. So, an hour into the night, we had already started mixing drinks. Long night. So, we had couple of more drinks there, and ...
... local kids at the side of the road. They use a spring like object that had feathers on the end and play keepy uppy with it, very addictive. A 5 hour bus ride to Phuong Nha, not too bad at all. The journey went pretty quickly but we got there pretty late as the bus was behind schedule. As soon as we got off we had a talk by the tourist information guide who told us all about the place what there is too do and helped us out on where ...
... a few more renditions of terrible Vietnamese songs before finally things quieted down at midnight when the place shut down. I guess we know now why we got such a killer deal on the room.
The next morning we slept in which was fantastic and then caught the very end of breakfast in the hotel restaurant before we headed out to explore the city a bit. As we left the hotel the heat and humidity hit us and it was like we were having to push our way through ...