Saigon Star Hotel
Travel Blogs from Ho Chi Minh City
... 20 meters away screamed and jumped up off their seats, then another group about 19 meters away did the same, then 18 meters, until the group of people doing this started getting too close. I knew it could only be one thing…….another F***ING RAT, and it was coming our way. Laura tried her best by saying ‘maybe it’s a cockroach’ which it obviously wasn’t due to the absolute pandemonium kicking off!! Then just as the people next to ...
... It’s an unusual behavior and I’m puzzled and slightly concerned. After all, I’m sheltered from the current at the moment but wouldn’t want to swim to the boat on the other side of the rock. Then I realize that Nina is the captain and steering the boat with her feet. The crew are in stitches! Ioan has finished his course and can dive with a divemaster now. He’s been very keen on learning to dive and read his manual in the evenings. When we dove with ...
... next to nothing, with someone who remains electrical wires only earning about $300month, and seeing the state of the wires, a really dangerous job! We also did some of our own exploring by foot visiting the War Remnants museum, which is the Vietnamese take on the history of the Vietnam war. The museum was a combination of interesting and disappointing. Interesting as seeing history written by the victor is always interesting, but especially when written in such ...
... tunnels together, but as a prostitute who was trying for his custom relieved him of his phone and wallet and had to spend the next day down the police station.
So I went on my own to the Chu ci tunnels which was the base of operations for the Southern Vietcong, and labrinth of tunnels which was the undoing of the largest war machine in the world, despite the bombings, napalm, defoilation and search and destroy missions they could still not control the hamlets only ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services