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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Landmark Ho Chi Minh City
Clean, great breakfast and central location. But most of all such service minded staff! They really went bout of their way to help us and we ended up booking our Halong bay trip through them as well, also ended up being great!
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... normal;">Things are cheap here! A guy on our trip left his glasses on a train and got a replacement pair for $45 (that included the optical exam). Bruce needed some new shades so we made our way to the optical store too. He is now sporting some very cool progressive lens sunglasses for 1/4 the price you would have to pay at home. We are such bargain shoppers!
... want to be trapped for very long.
I saw another one of the drivers with a bamboo stick and some fishing line right beside where the gang was chatting, me being curious I went to hang out with him and see what transpired. His rod bobbed a bit and he yanked a little cat fish right out of the pond, pulled the lure out of his mouth and threw er back in. He passed me the rod when he saw I was interested, got me a fresh bit of shrimp and I tossed it into the pond. A couple minutes ...
... way down to distract / hype me up. At the end of the rope you're told to let go and just free fall the rest of the way but I didn't it and didn't slip ! After this we did some natural slides but one of the girls severally bruised her lower back so we skipped ahead to some high jumps and then one massive hike back to the minibus for hot tea to warm us up. An exhausting adrenaline filled day finished off with dinner at local restaurant ...
... was quite big and was packed with tourists. We decided we would post our postcards, making a joke as to when they would be received.
It was getting to the hottest part of the day, so we decided we needed to be in an air conditioned building. We stumbled across the Reunification Palace. A palace which was home of the president during the Vietnam war. We walked round this beautifully designed building most of it which was redeveloped after the war, however they ...
... james having his swimming lessons, we missed the beauty of it. we set off on a boat down the MEKONG DELTA RIVER, it was large dirty river, but beautiful in its culture, it had a huge floating market on it, and little boats selling bananas and coffee would rush up to you , i had about 3 of the vietnamese coffee, to this day, with the concentated milk, it is the best coffee i have ever had, we also bought some nice spicy noodle soup and some fruit, ...