Saigon Mui Ne Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... forgot about the danger that she could've have ****** in there! That would've been horrific. The other time was after Susie left the tunnel and about 5 metres later it got a lot more cramped going around a corner. I had to go on my hands and knees at that point and the walls closed in on both sides too. Luckily that only lasted for 10 metres! I don't know if I'm more impressed with the Vietcong and villagers living underground for ages at a time, or the tunnel ...
... spent the evening.
One more ride to go and we are in Ho Chi Minh City or Saigon, it doesn't seem to matter which title one gives it.
We have really appreciated all your comments along the way, lovely to hear from home when one is in a foreign land.
Our travelling buddies have become family, it will be very strange to say goodbye and possibly never met again, but who know, perhaps we will. ...
... arms out of the bus and dragged us to the next Bus that left as soon as we stepped on it to Hoi An.
We have had no food since lunchtime and no snacks in the bag. It was 8pm now and we were worried we won't get any food until we arrived in Hoi An the next morning.
We had better seats however because we got the very last row of beds. Basti and I shared three fully reclinable seats.
I thought sleeping would not be a problem, and since there was ...
... It was the most disgusting thing I ever tried in my life and it both tasted and smelled like old socks or rotten onions or maybe both at the same time! After a bit of google search we found that we had gotten another fruit called durian and not dragon fruit! Take two-back to the shop to get DRAGON FRUIT! Yupp...they were all right..it's yummy, fruity and very colorful!:) As you all probably know ...
... but fairly arid) countryside inland.
We arrived and scouted a couple of well-recommended guesthouses (both full), before settling on the Hong Di Guesthouse - reasonable value at $14/night for a double room with decent bathroom and air-con. Most, or nearly all, of our fellow guests were Russians.
As time passed, we realised that this is another place on our travels - along with Erawan National Park and a couple of others - that seems ...