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... of a French villa and tower. Known as the Prince's Castle it was built in 1910 by a Duke as a place to write poetry. Romantic bunch the French. Bunkers and pillboxes surround the tower from its later use by the military, at least until they were massacred by Vietnamese soldiers discussed as French officers. The lower site was busy with Chinese and Vietnamese tourists, the upper was quiet and worth the walk. Anyway the rain started and they dashed for cover. My easy rider poncho ...
... with the pole across their shoulders.
The moon was beautiful as it reflected a path across the waters. That left us peaceful and content. Home again with some fun conversation before bedtime. The view from the condo is reflective at night when the city lights are shimmering and the moon is shining. We really are enjoying this phase of our visit with Huyen's gracious and generous family. ...
... I inspected the room, a must when travelling as appearances can be deceptive and beds VERY hard…. The room was great, clean and nice bathroom but the bed was HARD !!! I looked in the upgrade room, wow !! £6;00 a night, 2 softer king size beds, good bathroom, TV, fridge,fan and air con… That will do,,,oh! How lovely a shower !!!
We had managed 63 kms today, not far really but great we have even less to do tomorrow, Phyllis is at last getting her ...
... are grazing there. We went to the airstrip which is now a road and saw the kindergarten that had been built with funds raised by Australian return service men. The government appointed guide had brought red roses for us to place on the memorial cross at Long Thanh. It was a surreal and moving experience to stand before the memorial cross in the middle of a rubber plantation. Then off to the popular ...
... we are still really enjoying our time here and still have a few adventures yet to come. To aid in our "homesickness," we have been able to Skype some family and friends back home which is always great. Speaking of which, we have to mention the stunningly beautiful beards that four of our best friends have decided not to shave until we return home (love you guys)!
The big entertainment for the week was a trip to Vung Tau, a beach town located about two hours ...