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... up in Da Lat it was time to dress down again and jump into the humidity and chaos of Saigon. We have been to Ho Chi Minh once before on our first tour of Asia eight years ago, it was crazy then and its still crazy now, the only difference it was all new and wide eyed to us back then, we can almost take it in our stride now. The first few hours in the city was a rush, the traffic and comings and goings were truly mind blowing. I can honestly say this ...
... garden! We had another typical dinner bus this time there was beef kebabs, I may have eaten 8.. They were so good! And then I finished off a bowl of fried rice.. I must have been hungry. Back we went to the resort and had a night swim in the pool and then dryer off whilst laying on our verandah until early hours of the morning having great talks with jemmy, Emmy, Molly and ...
... get up the twin towers as they only allow so many up each day and it's first come first served. We have a transfer by coach to get there so we're going to go up the KL tower which is actually higher but built on higher ground. We got a bit of a plan for our day in KL but we'll wait and see, gotta couple of places to go to first, tomorrow's elephant village in Thailand and then after two sea ...
Ha! I will start this post with a laugh because all in all i never thought id be able to do this in my lifetime! We have purchased some scooters and are now making our way through Vietnam stopping by 12! different way points for any amounts of days we want!!
OK I'll start from the beginning.
As I always do i search blogs for cool things to do in the area and stumbled upon a guy talking about another fella called Kevin Smith so I do ...
... or protection for our guys as the ground is so flat.
Andrew paid tribute by laying a few roses we had got, and then as fortune has it on these occasions he met up with a close mate of his from Townsville, who I believe sold him the Sigma he used to drive. Well before me, but Phil, you may recall ?
It was later back at Tommy's that we caught up in more detail with Gus ( who has been out of the army for 10 years working ...