Sai Gon Mui Ne Resort
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Jour 12 (Samedi 13/08/2011)
Départ pour Mui Ne. Arrivée en début d'après midi au Saigon Mui Ne Resort.
Après midi balade sur la plage + piscine. Découverte de la ville "russe".
Repas au restaurant Jungle qui sert tortues, serpents, crikets. Mag prend du barracuda et Zafer prend du crocodile + crickets.
Jour 13 ( …
OK so this is the story so far... we are having a ball, arrived into Saigon city two weeks ago and from there our first stop was the cuchi tunnels... they are an underground network of tunnels stretching over 200 km! the Vietnamese first built them during the war against the french but they were used during American invasions to protect the locals …
Landed ourselves to District 1 in Saigon....the tourist hub of the city and crawling with guesthouses and restaurants. Whatever about our moto experience in Phnom Penh nothing prepared us for Saigon....its like moto city. At every set of traffic lights ( at least they have that much) all you can see is rows and rows of motorbikes all herded in …
...in which this pacifistic passenger hits the highlands and the beach, and reflects on War... DOWN THE NORTHERN COAST Just south of the DMZ, the royal city of Hue brims with tourists viewing remains of the royal palace (the scene of the American War's most bitter battles in 1968 and 1975, and also the place where the Northern Vietnamese …
... rather give money to a lady with her basket of goodies even if that does mean that the child sees nothing of it. Rant over.
The red sand dunes were unfortunately covered with litter but were charming in their own way. They had trees round them that when you stood underneath them their rattling leaves sounded like the seashore it was incredible.
We headed to our last stop, the Fairy Stream. Which you had to actually walk through to and up the stream ...
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