Thien Xuan Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... then ate cheese at another place, before meandering around the hookers and the like back to the little oasis that was our hotel. On Thursday we got a cab down to Rizal Park, then wandered over into Intramuros, the old walled part of the city. The place was pretty much levelled during world war 2, although most of the buildings damaged have been restored. It was a pretty little place, very different from the modernity of Makati. We walked through to Fort Santiago, a citadel ...
... up here!' the fly flew off whence he came. Harry groaned. A grizzly bear could fit through a hole that big, let alone a malarial mosquito... Fortunately in spite of the enormous hole that had gone unnoticed last night Harry seems to have survived bite free. Mosquitos don't seem to like my meat. We were served the same bland eggs and bread as every other hostel and put back in a small boat to be reunited with the rest of our ...
... thanked and hugged Long one more time and fell into bed by midnight.
" Long love you long time " is Long's favourite quip, we are genuinely sad to realise we will most likely never see this happy little guy again. We tipped him two and half million dong ? Work that out if you can. Not a lot in our world but hopefully will improve his life a little.
When I get my lap top up and running again I want ...
... host for the evening met us and carried our bags off to our overnight accomodation on his bike and we continued by tuk tuk, which hurtled down the narrow concrete paths of the delta to deliver us to our lunch halt. Many entrepreneurial delta locals have cottoned onto the tourist industry and set up restaurants and homestays in amongst the water channels and palm trees. I was still full from all the fruit but we were presented with an immense amount of food, ...
... actually caused and how much this amazing and beautiful country still suffers from it. I truly have fell in love with this country and know for a fact I will return and seeing that museum and all the pictures etc you couldn't help but feel sympathetic and angry and how it was all so corrupt and the stories you never hear about such a killings of women & children took place and of all the hundreds of thousands of people still suffering from the chemicals left in the ...