Saigon Star Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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Today's trip to Cu Chi Tunnels was really interesting but I am still confused as to exactly what the Vietnam War was about. I understand that it was between North and South Vietnam and the South were heavily supported by the Americans, and from what i've read that it was about becoming a communist nation which after the North Vietnamese Army eventually captured Saigon in 1975 happened in following year. We learned about the how ...
I remember a conversation I had with Sechaba a few years ago. We imagined a time in our lives when we wouldn't be woken up by an alarm clock; when we would travel, meet new people, exchange ideas and get exposed to a different way of life. At the time, we didn't know how or when, but we knew it was a burning desire. On the 1st of November 2014, we woke up from our hotel in Kuala Lumpur and walked to the bus station where we boarded a bus to the airport. We then got on a two ...
... I'd ordered a chicken burger so they had to re-do it. When it arrived it was really delicious, I was a bit hesitant to eat the side salad (Later realised this was probably a bad idea) but ate the lettuce anyway.
We headed to the night market which was pretty crazy with people trying to sell you stuff. I've noticed that if you walk away their original price will get halved, Rob almost bought a North Face bag (probably fake) for a fiver! On ...
... the open air than crawling through an enclosed space.
Some light lunch - yes noodles & spring rolls - and then an hour bus trip back to the hotel.
Paul and Emma take a quick trip to the War Remnants museum as it is next to our hotel. It is the most popular museum according to the guide book for western tourists and tells stories and shows photographs of some of the American War and has US armoured vehicles, ...
... no fancy shoes, no worm clothes, no anti-malarics. I had Vietnamese car map, Lonely Planet, iPad and smartphone with internet connection for Google maps. And that was it.
I brought bike to the station one day ahead, so they have chance to fit it with cardboard paper protection and prepare everything for transport. Bike ticket was 380,000 VND. Overnight train to Nha Trang ...