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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Continental Breakfast
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Travel Blogs from Vung Tau
... catching"still exists in some parts of the countryside here. A young man, or a member of his family, simply snatches a girl on her way back from school or the markets and the next day lets the girl's family know that she is now part of a new family!!
First roadside stop for drinks along the way but not a big market this time . Just another shed with a ...
... not being dramatic here this was a Russian holiday town and no mistake. I’m English by birth so my countrymen have no righteous position in taking over holiday towns, (trust me you should stay away from the east coast of Spain). It was just a real shock, you see the odd Russian on holidays but I’ve never been in a place with more than maybe a dozen before and it was a big culture shock to find them in this part of Vietnam, (and only this town ...
... Vietnam. Having made a stab in the dark choice about which way to go out of the town Ba Ria, we soon were cruising along on our so far so good bikes, at a steady 50kmph. Seemingly the both of us were confident and in the glorious sunshine I was even happy enough to join in with the country's craze of hooting your horn every other second. We were grateful to have the opportunity to drive on some of the coolest roads that not many tourists stumble upon. ...
We arrived back at Ho Chi Minh to have a look at some bikes for our trip along Vietnam. Ben researched for a couple of weeks trying to find where's best to go and if it is safe enough to do it. He found this guy called Kevin who is a British bloke that has dealt with bikes for years, so we decided to have a look there. We jumped into a taxi which took forever to get to him as he is based outside the city centre, we wondered why he was here ...
... that it was time to perform and the orphan workers and helpers were already into the beverages so they enjoyed them even more especially our haka that we preformed! The children couldn’t get enough of it so they replied in "we wish you a merry Christmas" and other funny songs! The orphans singing got the teachers into a rowdy mood so the bus trip back to our hotel was not a quiet one! At least we got a few hours break to hit the pool ...