Thien Thao Hotel Ho Chi Minh City
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- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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After a rather eventful night with one dorm mate having a little too much to drink and puking everywhere (for once wasn't Charlie). The rest of us woke up feeling perky and decided to visit the famous mud baths. We treated ourselves to half a day at the I spa wallowing like hippos in the mud bath and then chilling in the natural mineral pools. The …
... most of the island and Nha trang as we came down. It took us about 10 minutes to make it to the bottom. We enjoyed it that much we went down 3 times. The good thing with it being quiet season meant we didn't have to queue for anything. I could go on about this place. So I will. The absolute best bit of Vinpearland was the arcade. Every game was FREE with UNLIMITED goes. Car and motorbike racing, Time Crisis and Rambo shoot em up's, air hockey, Karaoke booths, them light up dance ...
... t stink, it's quite green and there are some beautiful buildings around the place, the one benefit of French occupation. But I really hate being hassled all the time, it's one thing walking around the streets with people selling stuff, but when I'm just trying relax and read or write in a park or cafe and people want to speak to me, I just want to be left alone. I know this might contradict my comments above re being lonely, but there is a big difference spending time with people ...
... on this trip. After all this we went back to hotel pool to cool down for a few hours, we enjoyed the jacuzzis and few drinks and the banter. Then we headed out to find a local restaurant to eat. We found one around 10minute walk away which was full of locals and each table had its on stove bbq. We wearily entered and sat down. At this point I think Tac was thinking it was a bad idea. But I ordered some food anyway and a big jug of beer. The idea was you order your choice of meat, ...
... bars all packed with both vietnamese and backpackers. We were then bought a beer by a very happy Irish guy as Ireland had just passed the same-sex marriage bill! We also had an interesting conversation to the guy running the bar crawl, he had been travelling for numerous years and preferred Vietnam to anywhere he had been so our hopes are high for the next coming days! As our usual style we ended the night with a 3am Mcdonalds, hopefully softening the hangover in the morning. ...