Vinh Suong Seaside Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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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 ...
A cool change! They call it the Paris of Vietnam, not sure I would go quite that far, but certainly a lot of French influence and a joy to see fields of gerbera, roses, hydrangea, cabbage, cauliflower, and even avocado. In the outskirts every inch of the land is smothered in plastic glass houses.
We rode around the town and it's pretty central lake and collapsed into our quite plush hotel about ...
... children as with the inclines we would go nowhere! Now pretty tired from the ride and the heat we made the journey back towards Anh Hien, opting to stop and book our bus ticket for the next day at The Sinh Tourist office. Realising this was attached to a resort and as committed customers we asked if we could use their pool which we could so we stopped in for an hour or so and chilled out with the Russians. We returned the bikes and booked a scooter for the next day with ...
... 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 ...
... and taking in the view. They called us over and invited us to join them for some BBQ Tiger prawns. What a world of difference and generosity from the locals. Unbelievable. So as it would be rude to refuse we sat down and shared some prawns cooked over a rough log fire with a lime and chilli dip. It was delicious. Sat looking out for miles around with some amazing food and very nice company. We didn't actually want to leave the place the view was that ...