Saigon Royal Hotel
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... down to coffee, Sherlock and my book. DND days, that's do nothing days to the uninitiated are very good and today's will leave us rested and ready for a 12 hour day tomorrow as we head from the port of Chan May and Hue to Hoi An. I should just mention before I finish my blog that we had another excellent table at dinner comprising two Canadian ladies, a German and his Finnish wife, and an American of Italian descent along with her Japanese husband who was born ...
... top of them, kate was literally hanging off the back of her bike for dear life! We eventually got to our hostel that seemed to be in the centre of things, we were surrounded by bars and restaurants, main roads and markets and our first impression was that the city had a bustling and busy vibe. We dropped our bags off in our 8 bed dorm that was nice and modern and then went out for food. We found a really nice restaurant that was owned ...
... wallows a lot lower down when we leave than it did on the way here. We visit a temple of the Vietnamese religion called Cao Dai. This religion embraces the world's faiths. Images of Buddah, Confucius and Christ addorn the temple which is so brightly designed and decorated.
Holly has coped today with a sore knee that seems to be getting more and more painful. We don't know what has happened and we are quietly glad we'll be back in Australia in a couple ...
... at Cu Chi. During the drive from the loo break the guide travelled with us... He was a funny chap and got westerners humour well. We got shoved in to watch a video about the war, again very one sided, at one point calling the americans the 'devils from the west' it was shicking, but also of poor quality, couldnt see the screen and it was hard to hear. Our guide gathered us and off we went. First stop, a hole in ...
While walking around the directly connected streets of the hostel the impression of booze holidays on Vietnam intensified as it was hard to find a place where you could not get a bucket of vodka - red bull or a hamburger but it was nearly impossible to find a shop with Pho (Vietnames Noodles soup) where locals were present.
After a couple of turns I found a nice little place with great, strong, sweet coffee filled with ...