Saigon Mini Hotel 7
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... were loaded into kilns, come 30ft high. The kilns looked like brick beehives. The bricks were fired using spent rice husks as fuel......the resulting ash was put back to the fields. After a week the one of the men climbed to the top of the hive and began unloading the cured bricks ready for sale. Fantastic! We left Saigon having enjoyed our experiences and feeling better informed about the events here in the last century........but ready to get back to the countryside and away from the ...
... said…nothing special. At the end, they brought fresh fruit and chili salt for dipping, which was really good.
We did a quick stop and buzz through District 8, which is the wealthy area. Lots of high rise condos, wide boulevards and more cars than motorbikes, which means not as interesting. Our guide gave us a briefing about the real estate market, inflation and the absentee condo owners which explained why the condos were dark.
... excessive go at maths was the tour guide apparently doesn't get paid if he leaves anyone behind because the cost of one ticket for the day equates to one day of pay for him. We were off and got a little bit of history the most relevant bit being Saigon or Ho Chi Minh, easy answer northerners call it Ho Chi Minh and southerners call it Saigon easy North south divide, 40 years of name change. Then as if by magic the first obligatory stop at the local shakedown ...
... lit a candle in churches in my niece Jennifer's memory, but was unable to do so in this Notre Dame, so instead gave a donation in her honor. I like to think that she gets a kick out of the fact that she has so many candles around the world lit just for her. The most sobering part of the day was the trip to the War Remnants Museum and Reunification Palace, the latter was the former home ...
... part about the palace is the basement bunker with its telecommunications rooms, war rooms and a rabbit warren of tunnels. We then went to visit Notre Dame Cathedral which was built between 1877 and 1883. The cathedral is a brick, Neo Romanesque church with two 40meter high square towers typed with iron spires. While we were there, a group of Vietnamese women were doing Choir practice. ...