Vinh Suong Seaside Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... forgot about the danger that she could've have ****** in there! That would've been horrific. The other time was after Susie left the tunnel and about 5 metres later it got a lot more cramped going around a corner. I had to go on my hands and knees at that point and the walls closed in on both sides too. Luckily that only lasted for 10 metres! I don't know if I'm more impressed with the Vietcong and villagers living underground for ages at a time, or the tunnel ...
... for taxi or other things when we got to Nhatrang. The front desk pointed down the road for an ATM and off I marched in the noon day 40 degrees. Of course don't you know that the machine won't accept my cards so back I go to the hotel where she directs me the other direction - 2km! Off I go with beer in hand and needing to get back to catch the bus. Some old guy on a scooter took pity on me and stopped to give me a ride the last 1/2km into town - thank you kind ...
... time here doing this sport. It is easy to see why. I love it. I pictured myself living in a little shack on the edge of town and becoming an excellent kite surfer. On the other hand, if I were I would be away from the hay life I am experiencing. No regrets then!
On the way back to the guesthouse, I bumped into Daniel (one of the Dutch guys from Hoi An). I also got a lovely meat sandwich from a street stall and prepared myself for ...
... graphic photos of their torture, and blood stained floors, walls and ceilings and makeshift cells remain. This is the single most disturbing and haunting place we have ever seen and the mood stayed with us for days after. We couldn't believe what atrocities humans could be capable of. For those unfortunate people who have no compassion for people and children seeking shelter in other countries from war zones, a visit to S21 can't do anything but cure that. From Phnom ...
... for me to break through my barriers, prove my strength and make myself proud. After years of feeling exhausted from doing nothing, feeling like I had full blown flu 24/7, having to even climb the stairs in stages, miss school, miss a social life and deal with agonising muscle spasms and cramps each day - it is a wonderful feeling to finish cycling at the end of each day exhausted...but exhausted for a reason - and a bloody good reason at that ...