Ava Saigon 2
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Ivyleague stayed here on Apr 28, 2012 during their trip titled: Ivyleague's Great Adventure.
... turn, only to round a corner and discover the main road. It was a small taste of the sort of dodgy road conditions that I have become used to but it put a big smile on Marketa’s already beaming face.
Back in HCM, once we had showered and changed we headed out for a quick bite to eat. Unfortunately, the sushi bar I had discovered online, was closed when we arrived, and this quickly turned into a trend because the first 3 places I tried to book for our ...
... of photos from the gates. It didn't look like anything that impressive and if I didn't know any better I would have said it was a university building or something. We were not really interested enough to pay to go in. Just after leaving the palace a guy carrying and selling coconuts started chatting to Dan. He was saying it was heavy carrying them around and passed them to Dan as a joke and saying 'no money no money'. I took a photo of Dan and the guy with the coconuts ...
... an understanding of the war that took place and the affects it can have. The more you talk to people from different walks of life each with a story to tell, the more you realise how little you know. The more you see, the more you want to see and discover.
The week here wouldn't have been the same without our tour group. The best thing about travelling is the instant friendships you make and the pure enjoyment you can fit into a day. Stephen, Shazza, ...
... road are: the larger vehicle has the right of way. Honking means 'get out of my way because I am not planning on stopping.' Crazy traffic aside, we made it to our hotel without any fender benders. As per usual, it started to down pour as soon as we arrived at our hotel so we took our time settling into before we went to explore the city. We were both pleasantly surprised by the atmosphere and vibe of Ho Chi Minh City. Being the largest city in ...
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I made the right choice in staying at Ava Saigon 2 Hotel. Very affordable,, with free breakfast and free laundry. Service is excellent! can't ask for anything more. Owner is very nice and they had a fabulous staff,, very accommodating and friendly, doing their extra mile to provide customer service to their guests. Initially booked for 2 nights only and with excellent service they are providing their guests, I extended for another 2 nights. I also arrange airport pick up and transfers with a very minimal charge. Location is quite good, quiet vicinity, just one block away on backpackers area.. This with be my second home when I visit Saigon again! Highly recommended for budget travellers! :)
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