Golden Legend Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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Today is the day we will be leaving Hanoi and heading down to the Cam Lâm region where the RPS school is located. But our flight was not leaving until the afternoon so in the morning, after we packed all our bags we went to the Vietnam Museum of Ethnology. We saw many of the old ...
... hour of our journey to Tam Coc and the temple sights; we almost got t-boned by a huge cement truck! Our driver, Mr. Hung, tried to pass one cement truck on the right but didn’t realize a right turn was fast approaching. He quickly sped up honking crazily as we careened around the cement truck’s right fender. We were used to such a maneuver by this time, but then the cement truck threw on its breaks and banked right! Mr. Hung had to slam ...
... We visited a cave, but it had nothing on kong Lor cave!! We were then sunbathing on the top of the boat working on the tan haha, and we had a chance to jump in the water from the top of the boat, obviously I was freaking out incase I jumped in and there were jellyfish so was the last person to jump in, but finally managed to do it! Very proud! The food that was provided was one of the best meals I have had so far, they cooked up a whole load of seafood (I ...
... I couldn't contain my happiness. I've written myself plenty of notes as to why I'm here, in case I ever forget, or get unsure. But when it comes down to it, re-reading those notes and trying to re-remember (that word in itself was redundant, I know, just go with it) why I'm here doesn't do it for me. I need to re-experience it. And that's exactly what this morning was. Re-experiencing the way I feel seeing the sun come up over the jutting mountains ...
... is fiery hole but that derived from the trades in that street which dealt with firewood and stoves.
Pictures of American inmates show them very healthy and fit but other accounts detail systematic torture to break the will of prisoners and to make them sign false statements about their conditions.
The dummies you see in the pictures show inmates during the French occupation.
The brass plaques pictured show the names of every inmate of the ...