Torino Boutique Hotel
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... the most impressive were the tunnels. There was one little opening into the ground with a hatch that we could go into. It was about 12 inches by 8 inches. Ridiculously small. I didn't try it - I didn't trust that my butt wouldn't get stuck! Then we got a chance to go into the tunnels themselves. They've been widened a bit so that tourists can go through, and they are still very claustrophobic! To get through, at the narrowest point we went through (apparently there are longer ...
... rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">Our flight was not until 7.50 pm and so, after getting back to the hotel by 1.30 pm, we headed back down to the pool for our last few Singapore hours.
The flight to Ho Chi Minh went smoothly and we were in our hotel by 10 pm. We were all rather tired so we retired for the evening after a quck visit to the lounge.
HCMC Hotel: Sofitel Room 2504
... with stalls in closer proximity and like a huge maze, where everything looks the same. We quickly gave up though because we were so tired and the heat......I felt like I was being cooked. Within a matter of seconds my clothes were stuck to me and my face was dripping, so were the others girls. All I can say is thank Christ I had my eyebrows tattooed... Otherwise I would be like awet thumb in all my pictures while I'm out here. Also I think ...
... owner. We managed to get a photo of me not looking too petrified though! We were then ushered into horse drawn carriages without any explanation but ended up heading to a narrow part of the river where we took a rowing boat to our motorised boat. With three per rowing boat plus a local guide to row us, Lucy, Jafrin and I shared a boat and sailed slowly through the sun. You can't begin to imagine how much we were sweating sitting on a bench on the boat ...
... and seek out traps that cause injury sufficient to get them sent home - this really was a war of politics not people! The war remnants museum was harrowing although I must say hugely biased. I didn't know much about the war going in their and coming out all I know is that the Americans are very bad people! It depicts in graphic detail the faults of America and whilst I admit that this may be fair I feel that it should have been balanced by the impact of ...