Thien Xuan Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... some Phở (Vietnamese noodle soup) and it was really good, you get leaves, chillies and limes to add so you can as much as you want. For the sunset we went up to the skybar, to admire Saigon's skyline. Later we went to another night market, I didn't buy anything though as the budget was destroyed during our time in Hoi An! Day 8 - Our last morning in Vietnam, we had the bus to catch to Cambodia! The bus company were really good, they helped us sort our visas and they gave us ...
... each other they would go ahead with the marriage so not to shame the families and upset the 300+ guests (if it's a small wedding). The 'Foodie' tour was our favourite of the 2 tours we went on. Rachel had Vu again as her guide and I had Hueng - both again really good fun. Their English is amazing so they love to ask us loads of questions about where we live, what we do etc. They were shocked neither of us are married and that this was fairly ...
... one thing. I am going in the right direction! and "everything will be okay in the end. If it's not okay, (then I know) it's not the end." In fact I am starting to think that there never really is an end. Why should there be? There are countless options, places, people and moments to be captured along the way. So why settle? Why stop exploring? Why mute the constant of change and discovery? Why feel like there needs to be a what next, but instead just ...
... hedge. Love the capital and had a cheeky little pub crawl where ironically didn't drink because the vodka didn't taste right and I have no need to be more sick. In sand fly related news I have become to be first world worried about tan influence and then I found tiger balm and all is good in the world. So here's hoping to scars not being apparent and my scabby looking leg becoming fixed within a few ...
... added on to my final bill, which wasn't paid until I checked out. In most hostels in other countries, you pay for your room in advance. This same phenomenon (not getting your passport back and paying afterwards) has held true in Dalat (where I am now). The guys here said something about having to take the passports each night to the police station, which sort of makes sense. They do something sort of similar in China, although the police don't need ...