Royal Lotus Hotel Saigon
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We started today as it began to end; having spent most of our day on a train, there was little for us to do when we reached Ho Chi Minh City other than settle in and come to grips with our immediate surroundings. The night before we left Hoi An, we spoke to Becky's parents, and her mom warned us that Ho Chi Minh was wilder than Hanoi. As of yet, I can't tell if that is true. It's certainly busier. But there seem to be more rules. Or at least, more people sticking to ...
... out. I enjoyed the stations of the cross in the cooler, shaded garden. We continued walking to 2 temples including one with a pool of turtles outside. We hailed a cab to go to the other side of downtown to see the market. There were thousands of stalls in the covered market with different rows selling different products, from silks, to dishes, to food, to hardware. After the market ...
... come here during the Christmas period. Seriously, if you can't stand the carols at woolies, you'll go bananas here! I mean its insane. In the plane, cafes, restaurants, markets, street corners, airports and hotels. You cannot escape.- You can drink the tap water but try to make the majority of water you drink bottled. Take opportunities to fill your empty bottles when a bottle station is provided. Go to a K mart or Family mart for bottled water, should ...
... deal for a pair of good knock offs (about $30AUD). She kept reaching into our bag which Ben didn't like at all! We got out of there pretty quickly as the intensity was just too much! We found a cute little roadside stall with really cheap beer and settled in there for a few hours. I lost track of the number of times we got asked if we wanted shoe shines or wanted to buy bananas lol but it was a great spot to take in the atmosphere. The menu wasn't very I appealing with ...
... have a great family and lots of friends, but other people aren't into being up in my business. If everyone's talking about me, everyone will have forgotten about me in a year, and even the worst reputation can be escaped simply by moving house. The one thing I can't move away from or ignore is me, and traveling and being raised in two cultures has freed me to accept and reject different norms and values, and allowed me to develop a sense of myself and which I don't think I'd have without it.