Saigon Star Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... hordes of motorcycles who don’t care in the slightest if they hit you or not. You do end up getting the hang of it eventually, but not without a few instances of nearly being side swiped by a hurried motorbike driver.
During our stay here, we spent man lovely mornings at local coffee shop, indulging in tasty Vietnamese ice coffees and watching the passerby’s. This coffee shop was really neat because it was filled with older Vietnamese ...
... palm trees. Occasionally, a break in the trees would reveal a small house with a wooden boat parked up next to it loading mountains of coconuts or just coconut husks (they find a use for every part of the fruit here) to be transported to another outlet. I really have never seen so many coconuts in my life, heaps and heaps piled several meters high. We continued through the maze of peaceful waterways until we reached some civilisation and disembarked at a river ...
... places in Cambodia. These will be Phnom Penh first of all to see the infamous 'killing fields' and then Siem Riep home to the spectacular Angkor Wat. The attraction is regarded as one of the best places in the world to watch the sunrise so we'll be setting our alarms early to see that! Hopefully the border crossing to Cambodia will be a lot smoother than the Vietnamese one and we won't have to bribe the workers to get our passports back! Speak soon Rob and Chelsea ...
... piece of heaven in this hectic city. Over the two celebration days we indulged in cocktails in the pool, top rated restaurant food, massages and blockbuster movie channels. We spent time with Sarah, Sara and Louise, going to a lovely Vietnamese bistro and a rather energetic Dance bar complete with dancers, indoor fireworks and a suspended DJ booth.
Our anniversary evening was spent at Saigon's #1 rated restaurant, ...
... dollar bill. At about this point in the trip I really had to use the bathroom, or as Tai calls it, the “happy room.” The monks directed me to a small shed in the back of the temple were I was introduced to my first squat toilet. Nooooooo!!! I was so petrified. There was no place to hang my backpack and the floors were soaking wet. I was wearing pants so trying to not pee on them was a huge struggle. I brought my own toilet paper but of course it was in my now wet backpack so ...