Saigon Mini Hotel 7
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... is one of my faves.
Next we went to the Elephant wall a huge stone wall with many carved Elephants holding the wall up. And the Bayon again. Me and Dad got lost there after climbing (all 4 limbs needed)a ladder like staircase to a library with no walls:0 trying to find our way out not sure which door we came in, north, south etc. But we survived.So that was awesome Angkor. A sweaty but amazing experience and I definitely recommend it.
... to sleep after turning out the light. I was awake for a good 2 hours. I woke up a few times in the morning, but figured I didn't need to be awake yet if I didn't want to. Until 9:30. And Stephen was still there too! At 9:30!
And then the day went as days always have. The cat is a bit hostile: she recognised our voices when we called her by name, but she wasn't friendly. At breakfast Stephen offered "Dinner?" which she used to know means food, ...
... The bus ride was an hour or so long and Alex taught us some vietnamese etiquette and language for our upcoming travel. We learnt more about the Vietnam war and how the tunnels came into existence and the role they played for the vietnamese. The tunnels were built in 1968 and used throughout the Vietnam war stretching three separate levels with full living quarters and dining area. Food and water were scarce, the tunnels were full of insect and pests and the soldiers ...
... besides me and izzy R as we needed to go on our pen hunt, but first we indulged in an ice cream from baskin and Robbins as it was our last day! But however being lactose intolerant this meant that I had to find the nearest toilet half an hour later! So after relieving my stomach... Me and izzy started the greatest hunt for permanent markers in our lives!! We first thought that we could just find then in a mini mart or ...
... we arrive at the delta and disembark the coach, leaving any unwanted items from our day packs on the coach.
After grabbing some water (2 litres @70p) we board a boat and head across to the largest island to explore. The captain has a weathered face in contrast to his young son. Being a Saturday his son is all for the ride out and sits above the steering house chomping on locals snacks. He smiles at everyone the carries on chomping as we cross the bay. This is ...