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... at my passport and visa and stamped it and I was through. I'm getting to the point where I'm pretty unfazed by immigration. Of course I'm going to get through - I'm a perfectly normal tourist. Traveling in airports has just become routine and while I'm still fairly careful about my belonging (I lock my pack up and always wear my little passport bag around my neck and under my clothes while I sleep in case someone rifles through my purse), it's ...
... cooked, air vent shafts and trap doors. You can still see it all. They have widen the tunnels a little so the fat westerners can fit through them! Mark and I both backed out in the first 20 metres and didn't do the full 100 metre tunnel as it freaked us both out. The boys had no qualms and happily trotted through them! We also saw the nasty booby traps the Vietnamese devised. It was pretty gruesome the ...
- Ho Chi Minh City's street vendors: Some of the best food in the world comes from the most humble of places, and Vietnam is no exception. Every section of every street was crammed with fresh and colourful ingredients, fused into even more extravagant meals.
- Hoi An: It seemed like all the culture from Vietnam was in this one city - lantern-lit streets, skilled tailors, ancient houses and vibrant temples, Hoi An ...
... the things that have been circulating in the media as late, they were definitely a good choice. All in all the it was value for money and it would definitely be worth flying with them again!
Some options for flying:
Malaysia Airlines: $395
Singapore Airways: $492
I left from the ...
... or need a refresher, check out this video (my attempts at documenting it in video form failed). To get a little better taste of this, Yvette and I booked a night time motorbike food tour, because there was no way I was going to try to drive one in this city, and anyway we wouldn't really know the best places to go. This turned out to be a great decision.
We had a group of about fifteen--Yvette and me, an Aussie and his dour Ukrainian ...