Thien Thao Hotel Ho Chi Minh City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... what went on and the effects of the chemical weapons used by the Americans. There were some shocking photos of how they tortured and killed thousands of innocents, and the effects of the 'agent Orange' gas used. Another insight into what some people have been through and the effects of war, which again left us feeling a bit down and depressed really.
Hooray then for Mekong Delta day! For our passage through to Cambodia we had decided to book a 3 day 2 Night trip which took ...
... good online, but sadly it was covered by scaffolding as it was being painted, so we couldn't get any photos of the outside. We walked inside and it was very impressive. Very old original architecture with the original features inside such as phone booths which had been turned into individual ATMs. After Notre dame we sat on a bench in the park to have some lunch for ages, just watching the manic traffic going by. We then walked ...
... cost you about a grand though"
No it's ok, I'm a travel writer and there's this thing called product placement.
And on from there to Calvin Klein. Where I sprayed on not just the men's but the female versions too. Now why would I do that? Anyway, likewise I expect a crate to arrive one day. Do CK do crates? Whatever, Liza worked her way through the rest of the duty free perfume so we're expecting a truckload by the time we come home.
So we slept well and ...
... and off we went...all I could think about was Martin Sheen in Apocalypse Now and had visions of being attacked from shore. The ride was fantastic...it took about 1hr 30 mins and was very fast. From the centre of town you left the skyscrapers before hitting the industrial 'port' area before some new luxury river front properties for the new upper class of Ho Chi Minh before heading out into the country and the clumps of plants that scattered the river...there was ...
... the Santa Café. The food in Vietnam has been spectacular—very fresh and minty. After dinner we were even too exhausted to get massages and collapsed into bed.
Day 2 commenced with a 7-hour tour to the famous Chu Chi Tunnels. In preparation for our trip here, Panu and I watched a documentary that started to educate us on the disaster that was the Vietnam War. We were really interested in learning more about the war and its impact in person. ...