Thien Xuan Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Today we decided to get our bearings of the city and go to the War Remnants museum. This was so shocking with the stories and photos from the US-Vietnam war including the affects of agent orange. From there we walked to the Notre Dame which looks very little like the one in Paris. Then we walked back past the ornate post office and opera house. Paul's pedometer noted a record breaking number of steps and were ...
Even though it was an early start this morning Liz, Nicola and Pam made sure they came down to breakfast to say bye to us before they headed off to Bangkok & Siem Reap and we went off for our day trip to the Mekong Delta. I know it sounds daft after such a short space of time but I've got so used to our group - especially Liz and Nicola - I'm going to miss them! You know I'm a soppy thing so I was trying not to get too teary (especially as Liz, ...
So Christmas and New Years have come and gone and I have to say that I'm rather happy its all done. We spent the holidays on Mui Ne Beach with new canadian friends. I ate a whole fish for my Christmas dinner and shared a bottle of Vietnam rum. New Years consisted of more cheap drinks and dancing on the beach with a big bomb fire. It was all very nice but I of course did miss all my friends back home. Mui Ne is a unique place boasting very impressive sand dunes of red ...
... the bus journey. We went for a late lunch as we didn't know when we would be stopping for food along the way and we were getting picked up at 5.00pm. Back at the Homestay Lauren was getting bit anxious as there was no sign of the bus at 5.00pm so we asked the receptionist who made a call and as usual it was going to be late. We got to the pickup point by minibus and waited for the sleeper bus which was meant to pick us up at 6.00pm and turned up at close 7.00pm! ...
... destination! Before we got the bus we went and had one last beer and game of cards with Gus and Santana as we said our goodbyes. we've been travelling with them since Halong Bay for a good week and a half now and we've had such a good time, it's been a pleasure! I am now lay on a bus full of scruffy Kazakhstani pissheads, where I can't sit up otherwise I bang my head with an interrogation light burning through my retinas although I'm trying to sleep. Goodbye Vietnam! ...