Tan Hoa Ngoc Hotel
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... mango, avocado and coconut...cooling and delicious.
Museums are a thing aren't they? You are always going to see pot shards, arrow heads and some bones. Nonetheless we always have to go and there is usually something to catch your attention. Vietnam's museums are very relaxed with a minimum of threatening notices, cordons and glass screens. Most charming exhibit:- a coffee filter fashioned from a napalm shell. Most museums here also have outdoor exhibits ...
... to get to the tunnels. First, we looked at an underground bunker which is a spot were bombs or grenades could not destroy that room.
Then we went to a secret entrance to the Cu Chi tunnels. I was able to go into one of these entrances. The Viet Cong knew where the secret entrances were by putting a nail in the tree or shave a patch of the tree bark.
After that, we went on a US tank!! To be honest, ...
... out I was actually middle seat and was put between two Asian American guys (who were actually pretty cool) but whenever they fell asleep they would slump onto my shoulders which was rather awkward trying to shrug these sleeping guys off me. I didn’t get to sleep much on that flight—between shrugging my neighbors off, forgetting my neck pillow and being in the most uncomfortable positions, having the smallest bladder ever and just overall being ...
... in Vietnam
... too. The soil where crops are grown was covered in this chemical and also lakes so local people who fished here or used the crops were consuming the dioxin, and the drug will effect generations of people.
It was heartbreaking that this happened and for years to come the evidence of this will always be around.
On the top floor there was photos that journalists or troopers had taken, and so many of war victims just before they had been shot!! ...