Tien Thinh Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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... hour that it was their chair. Let me tell you Sammy, you can keep your hi chair because my butt won't fit in it. My chair! My chaaaaaaiiiirrrrrrrrrrrrrr! Yes, we know. The entire city knows. Even this torturous ambiance could not detract from my enjoyment of my new favorite dish- pomelo salad. Yum. And Vietnamese ice cream to top it off? Ice cream made with condensed milk? Give me more, please. Delicious doesn't begin to describe it. That is all for now. Goodnight. ...
... well and they are talking about a contract. My search continues to be plagued by being Asian, male or both. Maybe teaching isn't for me. I went by both of the cancer centers, and dropped off my resume. One of the centers is a large private hospital downtown..I did have a chance to speak to HR and after apologizing for dropping in unannounced, he agreed to review my qualifications with the Director of Radiation Oncology. The other center opened three years ...
So arrived after our short tour from hue. Place was unreal the home stay was practically new and was the best we had stayed in so far! Bathroom was marble from floor to ceiling. Hoi an itself is seriously beautiful and we had only planed on staying one day but ended up staying 4 as we have some extra time in Vietnam due to the Chinese holiday at the start of October. On our first night I was about to go to sleep when something on the wall ...
... should've been fine. Got lost a few times along the journey and as Freddie had em on her bike as em was too scared to ride a bike, their bike ended up having a puncture which was luckily quickly repaired and for quite cheap apparently. Got to the temples probably 30 mins later than what was expected due to the delays. The temples themselves were ancient ruins of the Cham empire and had been compared to angor wat but on a much smaller scale. ...
... of our teeth, in a pool of sweat and hysterics). We made it to the airport with plenty of time to spare and sneaked in a naughty Burger King and Dunkin' Donuts. What a good idea flying from HCMC to Danang (£17 each), avoiding a 26 hour bus ordeal. We jumped in a taxi for the 7 minute ride to our guesthouse. The poor taxi driver couldn't for the life of him figure out where the hotel was from the google map on Mark's phone. We sat for 5 minutes while he switched on all ...