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Then back on the bus for the long ride back to our swimming pool, which also happens to be in a place called Saigon - just kidding!
Had dinner at the rooftop restaurant with a nice view over the city. Set off for a walk to what we thought might be ...
... It was lovely to see them worshipping in the Chinese temple we visited - burning incense and bringing gifts of food to Buddha. Arrived back at the ship at 6pm and after a shower and little rest enjoyed a lovely meal in the dining room and show of the Four Tunes male singers from the West End The ship sailed at 7pm slowly down the Saigon River past Vung Tau which was the beach Australian soldiers went for R and ...
After stopping at our third and final port of Vietnam called 'Phu My'
which is the gateway to Ho Chi Minh City, we were told our crew visas
didn't let us go as far as the city, meaning we were only allowed to go
into the very small town of Phu My which is essentially just a port for
the big city. Very disappointing as the passengers were still allowed to
go, however most of them had booked ...
... agreed to let us come the next morning and work with him. We did a ton of family/caregiver education and training. We spent a lot of time working with him doing standing, sitting balance, dressing, neuromuscular training and range of motion. The family plans to head to the city to get him a custom AFO, knee immobilizer for when he attempts to walk due to left sided hemiplegia, a hemi-walker and wheelchair. The family will bring him to the clinic for therapy as well! Until we got ...
... guide). L 'Usine it was, meet Tricia and had a look around this lovely warehouse with a cafe and locally made designer goods. Headed back to the hotel and got my bag and after a very short taxi ride we jumped out at the ferry terminal. Managed to get on an earlier boat, the Petro Express, and are currently both sitting back, glad that the journey is not bumpy (did take a precautionary quells) and should arrive at our destination, Vang Tua City by 3.30pm, all going ...