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... opened 2 years ago. The traffic is just like I remember it!
I'll post this and then add to it after we trek back to the ship. Very warm and humid and the air conditioning in the bus was so so. Well everything had to be rearranged at the last minute as we changed ports so the crew did pretty well I'd say. At least I feel we don't have to bargain for Vietnamese hats for folks...been there, done that.
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ultimately worked out and I stepped out into the first blast of hot humid air I had felt in a very long time. It was an immediate dose of culture shock as well; Ho Chi Minh is an incredibly busy, densely populated city. And, the motor bikes, everywhere. I was captivated looking out the windows of the transfer bus en route to the hotel. Once checked in I indulged and took a nap before heading ...
... t help much either, but hey, on the bright side, I made 6 hundred extra dollars this month with the exchange rate! The first day I decided to stick with the group and visit Cu-Chi Tunnels. The Cu-Chi Tunnels were about 2 hours outside of Ho Chi Minh City in Sigon, the Cu-Chi Tunnels, were where the Vietnamese locals and gruillas lived and essentially "hid out" during the war. It had everything, from the vast tunnel taking you from homestead to ...
... wanted to enjoy all the local food etc. Hate goodbyes travelling! After a surprising good sleep on a questionable mattress I made arrangements to meet Dave (met him and Matt im pai and did laos and cambodia together) and his friends for a late breakfast. It was good to see a face from the first trip and catch up. His friends had just landed and started there trip so naturally I was full of the advice for where to go :p ...
... two dreamers from Stoke-on-Trent who decided to live out of a bag for a wile thats about as exciting as I can out it sometimes!
When we have decided what to do next and I feel we have a story to tell I'll probably blog again, at the moment it feels right to take a break, the internet isn't short of people telling amazing travel stories and when I feel we can match the adventures I will get going again.
Our journey continues, I hope yours is going in the right direction too.