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... which gives the whole place quite a chic feel actually! A particularly strange moment for Ben occurred at the top of the palace. An old Vietnamese man (who bore more than a passing resemblance to Ho Chi Minh) wanted to pose with him for a photo in front of the American helicopter on the roof. After some miscommunication, it became clear that the old man wanted to be photographed shaking Ben's hand and looking him steadily in the eye. This made for a surreal ...
It's currently half midnight we have arrived safe and sound into this crazy city. Flight was bril we thought we were going to miss the connection as had a 20 min time frame. In just a short evening taxi ride we were pretty much speechless by the way I living. 9 million people live here there are more than 3.5 million scooters on the ...
... stop the tunnels themselves - the untouched ones are around 1.2m high and 80cm wide and are unlit and full of creepy crawlies and bats. They are not for the claustrophobic - the boys in our group are very keen and the young teens are quick to crawl through. Emma tries it for size but quickly comes back up. Paul was definitely keen but alas his size is not akin to the average fighting solider so he just manages to crawl down the exit and see how it ...
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Me James, Sophie, Faye and Mel travelled down toe Dalat together. We had no idea where to stay or what to do. When we got off the bus we got recommended a hostel called "Family Hostel". After an hour searching back streets for this hostel we finally found it and it was worth the wait.
I was walking down a back alleyway approaching the hostel when suddenly this Vietnamese lady runs towards me, wraps her arms and legs around my and ...
... narrow dusty roads. We finally arrived at the tunnels and began the tour through the trees witnessing real life bomb craters and the tunnels the Vietnamese used to hide from the Americans. The tunnels are so tiny and claustrophobic. Having been allowed down a small section of the tunnels (that have been widened for large westerners) it makes you appreciate the sheer scale of the job creating those underground systems. We also witnessed some of Vietnamese tactics for catching ...