Saigon Star Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... his camera, we pull up and follow Jason and the lady driver and we go to her parents home where she prepares our beautiful lunch of the fish caught earlier, spring rolls and various other morsels ,it was a great day and we couldn’t help thinking how well the tour had been structured and how it had obviously been continually finetuned over time to get the best out of it, We could have done without the after lunch rest we ...
... choice for watching all the scooters. With our chairs facing out towards the street, drinking cold Saigon beer from chilled glasses, we literally spent hours people watching, soaking up the hustle and bustle and marveling at the maneuvers of bikes on the road. Everything gets carried on bikes, suitcases, stacks of boxes of all types of goods, puppies and everything imaginable, my favourite was a candy floss vendor with all his gear loaded onto his bike. ...
... and close friends for the night). Steve was smiling !! Strangely I wasn't nervous at all. The prospect of riding around this city on the back of a bike excited us enormously. We chose this tour company as its reviews were excellent and the concept of all female drivers appealed to us given they claim 80% of accidents are caused by men. Met up with our group of 13 people at our first destination - a local restaurant specialising in Bun Bo Hue - a soup we were proudly ...
... often assigned to the burial detail where they went to great lengths to positively identify the exact buriel sight so that these could perhaps be exhumed after the war. He took his leave from the army when Vietnam pulled out of Cambodia. He then resorted to working in large hotels to support and be closer to his family. With the easing of the political situation from 1995 he became freelance and ...
... which I can only assume are masquerading under false pretences. We're reminded of Khao San road, where bars and shops line the street and backpackers galore revel in their we're-so-streetwise facades. Here the demographic is older, and the street is wider, the buildings bigger. Here the backpackers mean business. They sit on tiny plastic stools, eating noodles out of what resembles a large cupcake case and drinking beer out of buckets with the locals. One ...