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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... about how we are going to find fuel when the driver drops us off! We shall see... This coach journey has also been a form of mental torture and highly annoying as the coach is using the horn without exaggerating 600 times and hour and it's probably as loud as a fog horn found on a ship! I have to listen to music to block this torture out. We have booked our hotel in Hoi An so can't wait to check it out. cooking class tomorrow booked and we are ...
... After one hour and a half period I realized that we only had traveled about 42 miles. Just like the old children's fable of the tortoise and the hare, slowly but surely we are going to make it to the finish line. At least I hope. Today did offer a little bit more excitement along the drive though. Although, news my mom probably wouldn't be too fond of hearing. Along the way we were headed up a slightly graded road where the road diverged into ...
... war memorial site before stopping at what was a US air base. Today this area is used to grow cassava, which is an essential root vegetable to the Vietnamese. The position of this air base was really strategic as it is close to the Cambodian and Laos borders.
Very shortly after leaving the cassava farm, it started to rain. Thinking quickly, Toan pulled in to the nearest shelter available, someone's house. The woman of ...
... and the song got it wrong. The livin' ain't easy! It's the water pressure jumpin' and humidity that's high.
The temperature has been in the mid thirties for several weeks now, an earlier, hotter summer than last year. Who needs to go to the sauna? Pottering about the house is just as effective - and free.
I can't understand how it can be so humid and so dusty at the same time. Our lane is unsealed so the steady flow of motorbikes and the occasional ...
On the 15th day of the fourth lunar month, Quang Ngai celebrates the Buddha's birthday with ceremonies and a parade of floats through the town. For the second year in a row we went with Hai - last year one of Owen's students, this year a graduate, now teaching in a primary school. She took us to enjoy a vegetarian meal then watch the parade from the main square.
Floats are contributed by communities all over the Province whose ...