Saigon Quy Nhon Hotel
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... called a communist country but like China it has given way to a huge dose of capitalism.
The majority are Buddhists and Confucianism plays a big part also. This stresses duty, loyalty, honour, respect for age and seniority and sincerity. And it shows.
So right now we are all on the bus trundling south to our nights destination, and yes we have internet on the bus, they are still a long way behind in some areas but ahead of things in ...
... the local way.
We have also come to realise that it now takes just one person to go somewhere that ticks the 'off the tourist trail' box, to then make it public knowledge, blog about it, post photos online, update their status, write about it in their autobiography. You get the jist. The ease in access of information is, in this digital age of travelling, as easy as 10 minutes flick through posts on the internet. So even if those ...
... passengers, our neighbors might spread word on how their neighbors never come out of their room. Gab and I have had to endure eating pickled food with everybody else in the dining hall of the ship, even though we have packs of instant food pills to eat. Of course in the future there’s real food, but if we switch diets so suddenly it could be bad, so we have to take pills with us. As long as we eat enough meals between them, we can decrease how much we take them. Now that ...
... 9 mile taxi ride to the beach resort at Mui Ne. Despite the early start Vietnamese Railways seem to love playing loud music and TV shows on screens in the 'soft class' carriages - most people however just seemed to want to sleep.
After HCMC the relaxing pace of life in Mui Ne was quite welcome and with our hotel giving direct access to the beach it certainly was a world away from the hustle and bustle of the big city. The ...
... many places to see in Vietnam, we would have definitely stayed longer. For example, when we left in the morning, Alex accompanied us to the street where the bus was supposed to pick us up. When we learned that the bus will be late, he invited us for a coffee. And when we were back at the street we found his assistant just making sure we will be on the right bus. The quality of that bus is another ...