Saigon Royal Hotel
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January 5, 2015 – Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam Today was actually a pretty uneventful day. We did a ton of things, but it was boring. We went on three company visits and were on a bus from 8am-5pm. The first plant that we went to was TCM, a textile factory in Vietnam. The second was called Cholimex Food Sauce, they obviously make sauces and their factory smells like fermenting soy. The last company was called NutiFood, and they provide supplement powders ...
Keeping the later reactions in my mind while saying several sad goodbyes I set off to board my plane with a one way ticket and no real plans for my time away or an idea of when I might return. I literally crossed the security check point and for the first time travelling already felt like I had leaped past my comfort zone by leaving the typical get a degree, get a good job, find a man, buy a house, get married and have babies ...
... afternoon worship ceremony of the Cao Dai people. The temple was spectacular and was definitely a sight to see- especially when the people were worshipping and bowing in complete unison.
After this we got back in the car for the trip to the Cu Chi tunnels which were built by the people of Cu Chi town which ...
... is large and modern with good displays of the art, history and culture of Vietnam. It was Sunday and lots of locals were there, including a large group of very young soldiers looking smart in their uniforms and being instructed, presumably along party lines. When I smiled indulgently at them, one gave me a thumbs up and broke into the most dazzling smile, radiating all the energy and hope of youth! Let's hope the country can live up ...
... have his photo taken with Rob which was funny. We had dinner at a cafe on our street and sampled the local beer, called Saigon. It was good and mega cheap, 18,000 Dong which is like 50p. We decided to have an early night because we're getting up early tomorrow and need to do some more planning/research for our trip. So went via the nearest K Mart for some "Dove" which is Galaxy chocolate in SE Asia and some more Saigon beer's. We were glad we didn't ...