Saigon Tourane Hotel
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... either by elevator or by walking up the initial 125 steps to reach the first pagoda. We took on the challenge of walking up the steps and appreciated the view once there! Up at the top, we admired the exquisitely decorated pagodas, or temples, as well as the many statues of Buddha featured amidst ponds, gardens, and caves. It was interesting to watch actual Buddhists recite their daily prayers as they walked in and out of the ...
... after biking up the hill. Pushing my bike, and gritting my teeth from the burn in my calves, I just waved as a guy yelled how "pitiful" I looked. I rolled my eyes and smiled as I finally reached the parking area. "Not cool, that guy yelling how pitiful I looked," I told dan. "That was beautiful. He was complimenting you." Oops. The seafood here is amazing. You walk up to the tank and order...if you know what you're doing. We, on the other ...
... our hostel. In the end he jumped on the moped and drove off, extremely crazy!
Total Budget - 659,000!
Water - 15,000
Lunch - 180,000
Hotel - 264,000
Drinks - 200,000
Day 83 - 20th June
I woke up for breakfast and had marmite with my baguettes, yummy. We had to pack and be out by 11am but Sophie had a bad migraine so they let her stay in bed until early afternoon whilst me and Charlotte went for a cycle ...
... in a situation which was only going to end badly. Dragged from the street with the idea of a pedicure for Su for around £3, I was given a hand massage 'taster' by the woman whilst we waited for her sister to arrive to do the pedicure. She then offered me a back massage while we waited for the pedicure, I very reluctantly agreed. I was 'treated' to a massage involving tiger balm. If you don't know what it is, it feels like acid burning ...
... way to Hue, a further 4 hours. Unlike when travelling in central America where we stock piled crisps and snacks for long journeys (as we knew any food we may find along the way would be pretty dubious), we never felt the need to in Vietnam as fruit and other healthy snacks were always plentiful. It has made for much healthier travelling!
Most people visiting Hue go to the Forbidden City and the Demilitarised Zone (DMZ), we decided to skip these and chill out for a couple of ...