Villa Song Saigon
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... snake and scorpion. Not sure if it is just a gimmick for tourists but we tried it and passed on taking some back. There was another souvenir table where there were a few things that we thought would be interesting to have at home so we bought them. Colson got a turtle carved from a coconut (he didn't get a dress). We didn't realize how heavy all of the souvenirs were - two jugs of honey and a brick sized box of coconut candy weighed probably close to 10 pounds. Next ...
... of home-made ruou chuoi (banana wine). Various women came to the restaurant to talk to Thuy, who had been with me in Saigon and Danang for 4 weeks, and one of these women was Ut Mai, the friendly policewoman, who had had an eye infirmity for some time. Her eye was now painful and sightless, and Paul was pretty certain she had a cataract. Previously, Ut Mai had refused to travel to Saigon for treatment – because the journey and the possibility of travel sickness frightened ...
... in Hanoi. And people even seem to obey the traffic rules - and lights - for the most part, something that was noticeably absent in Hanoi.
This description is based almost exclusively on the city centre, the only part of Saigon that I have really been able to see in the short time here. But flying over the city when landing, and bussing out of it to visit the Mekong delta, which we did today, you could see the less affluent, shoddier parts of town, where most of the ...
... advice of putting bags on properly and keeping it in front of us so they had no chance of getting it from her, still wasn't a nice experience! She took his punch in the stomach pretty well though! LaurenLAD!! A much needed 30p bottle of beer was definitely called for when we arrived back to the hotel! While drinking the beer, we got our map out that we found after, and realised we had walked past our street around three times and were properly walking around our ...
... and are very impressive and a must see.
After lunch we returned to HCMC and visited some famous landmarks like the War Remnants Museum, Reunification Palace, Central Post Office and the Thien Hau Pagoda.
After dinner we were transferred to the station for our Reunification Express train journey to Da Nang. ...