Saigon Star Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... beef. The dinner was really good but we were all excited to get back to the hotel and change for going out. Daniel told us all to meet him in the lobby at 10 o’clock and he was going to take us to a hotel bar that his mom worked at and that we had a reserved table. The restaurant was called Eat Drink Play and I ordered a red dragon. We all sat around and talked about the trip and about an hour later, we decided to check out this bar that we saw a ...
... unknown that sparked something inside of me. I guess it is these constant changes and questions along the way that has helped broaden my perception and helped discover new aspects of myself. I will never say I went on this adventure to find myself as I think that is too cliche, but I did leave wanting to find something. I was as unsure of what that something was as equally as what my next destination would be along the way. It really is amazing that as ...
We also went to the shooting range where you could fire live rounds- we both had a go at firing an AK47 although Hannah was terrified she could get shot despite being on the right side of the shooting range wall.
It had been a very long day but ...
Another mega brekky spread followed by a walk to the songbird practice session in Tai Dan Park. Keeping songbirds is popular here and owners bring them to this park so they can learn new songs from other birds. I thought I would have seen a lot of canaries but not so, mostly mynas or silver-eyes. They could certainly sing. The owners just sat around, drinking coffee and maybe talking birds. Not a bad ...
Well the plan for today was to go to the CuChi tunnels, but that didn't end up happening. I had to figure out my hostel accommodations in Dalat and I was writing up my blog from the day before and all that sort of stuff and before I knew it the time was 11 am! The Cu Chi tunnels are about two hours away by bus from HCMC so I would have gotten there around 2:30/3 pm and I just didn't think it was worth it. I figured out the best bus company to go to get ...