Thien Thao Hotel Ho Chi Minh City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... can go through that get even narrower, but because we were a big group, we weren't given the option) you were bent at the waist and in a partial squat. We only went through about 40 m, and around 35 m, when it was dark and narrow, was about where I reached my limit and was not having fun anymore, but thankfully that is where there was the light at the end of the tunnel and we got out. The Viet Cong lived in these tunnels for years - I have no idea how they did it!! After the tunnels ...
... HCM HWY is an alternative to travel from North to South and according to information from the web it's nearly empty or at least the mountaneous passages in the central highlands. This sounds very tempting and so far it seems I should be afraid of only 2 things. Something happens to me or something happens to my bike. The former could be problem when traveling alone. There's nothing I am able to do as I don't want to give up this ...
... simplement dans l'euphorie du moment, en acte de présence. Comme les tagueurs qui marquent compulsivement "Dédé était là" sur leur passage (oui, ils ont toujours des prénoms courts et "cools", parce que "Alexandre-Hubert était là", ça fait pas le même effet), les vietnamiens klaxonnent, signe de leur présence éphémère dans les environs.
Mais laissons-là ce sujet, et parlons tourisme : j'ai fait une petite tournée des marchés principaux d'HCMC ...
... shop. In the afternoon I dragged the others on a trek to see the 'Independence Palace’, Vietnamese Notre Dame and old post office. Despite the heat, and some moaning, we all really enjoyed the afternoon. That evening we found the big night market and after exploring it for a while we all fell asleep quickly from exhaustion.
The next day we went to the Chu Chi tunnels. This was another eye-opener. Again I knew very little about the war in Vietnam and ...
... alleys to ancient pagodas or teeming markets, past ramshackle wooden shops selling silk, spices and baskets, before fast-forwarding into the future beneath sleek skyscrapers or at designer malls, gourmet restaurants and minimalist bars. The ghosts of the past live on in the ...