Thien Xuan Hotel
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... the motorbike 'shop' we were hoping to buy two motorbikes from for our adventure up the amazing country that Vietnam was already proving to be. Having spent much time walking around aimlessly without a map, we eventually found the 'shop'. It wasn't by any means the sort of place we were expecting as there wasn't really a shop but just a couple of guys by a sign in a street. But, with the beer in my belly I was happy to approach the men. We got chatting and fortunately one of ...
We gave ourselves a lie in and packed our rucksacks and checked out at 11. Yesterday we found a hotel on line that has a swimming pool that you can use if you pay for a pass. We got the cab to drop us off and we left our bags with reception and went out for a coffee. On the way back I felt something land on my shoulder as I was wearing a vest and when we got in the lift at the hotel to go up to the pool I looked in the mirror and ...
... going on today with hundred of babies being born without limbs, eyes, or severe deformities.
Yesterday we took a visit to the cu chi tunnels, where the Vietnamese locals built over 200km of underground passages, only 60x80cm wide up to 10m underground in order to defeat the american soldiers who could not fit down them. Amazing stuff, the were all built by hand and the local people lived, cooked and had hospitals down there. They have to ...
... in an attempt to stay cool in what would surely be a hot trip!
The smell of food shortly made me hungry, so I decided to try my luck with the Pho Ga at a market stall. My limited knowledge of the Vietnamese language meant I knew that Ga means chicken, however, the rumours you hear and the surprising lack of stray dogs had me waiting with a little trepidation for me meal. When my meal arrived, it was delicious and I can most definitely confirm that the ...
... didn't help. We found out in the morning they had rats or mice in their room! I'm glad we didn't see that. Think I'd be scared for life! Thenext day we finally arrived in Phnom Penh Cambodia after some confusion at the border crossing. That's another story! Anyway we are safe and sound and ready to see what Cambodia has to offer. As for Vietnam...you have been amazing at times but you still have work to do on the friendliness side of things! Until the next time...take it ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking