Royal Lotus Hotel Saigon
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- Minbar in room
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... have a few hours to live. A mad scramble insuded in the baggage line up to contact the hospital, the seniors village, my father's school in search of my Dad. I reached him finally, he was with Her, and we spoke. We spoke about losing her, about cancelling my trip, about questions she asked about her grandchildren the night before, about how proud she was of my brothers and I, about her suffering and daily struggles, about how she would be in a better ...
... with an engine and a driver. It was 4 people per train. The tack was a single track so if anyone was coming in the other direction one train had to get off the track. I'm not sure how they decide who gets off but I think it's whoever has less people. We seemed to win out on most occasions! The train used to be used to carry rice from the paddys to the town but now is used more for tourists. The short journey was quite beautiful as we were overlooking rice ...
... again. No hassle to deal with taxis, and I thought it was perfectly safe to walk out of the airport. There are still palces open for a late night dinner, and even more places to choose from in the morning. It is much more relaxing to start the day that way, instead of coming back from District 1.
Also, considering the various exchange rates I saw in different places, the exchange booth in the arrival hall of the international terminal offer a reasonable rates and can be ...
... We then went to the Apple Store to charge Mark's laptop, his charger had blown. The people here are so kind, while we're taking advantage of their facilities for over an hour, they brought us chairs and cold water. From there we went to the reputed Cuc Gach Quan restaurant and had some experimental dishes: deep fried tofu with lemongrass and chilli (95000 dong), pan seared soft shell crab with rock salt and garlic (220000 dong) and chicken salad with onion and golden ...
... to appreciate the morning sky and how much more calming it all was - less people and far cooler to walk around and explore. We had high expectations for the sand dunes, and if we're honest felt a little let down. The formations were impressive but it was very much ruined by quad bike tyre marks and footstep imprints all over the place. We were told (reminded) by a couple that New Zealand has some much clearer and unspoilt ones, so we'll have to compare. On the tour, we ...