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... the Buddha to charge it up ! Guess what happened next. Feckin Roland Rat appeared. OMG. Dee ran for the hills. But i must say she was very calm and kept the scream to low level. Only because I was on Temple ground !! I did see it and he was huge. So we moved seat and all was ok from then on. I hope that this is not a trend of Roland following us. Dee then went on a tour around the Temple and I stood guard at the seat ...
26th - tunnels and museum
Another day trip, a lot better today though. Went to the tunnels which was pretty good to be fair. On the way there we stopped at a craft centre where everyone there had been affected by agent orange. They weren't too badly disabled but still wasn't nice. The ...
... just loves watching these people hold up the whole queue while the belt or wallet or phone or watch or all of the above are removed. Plan ahead people!!! Our opinions of Vietnam...... Don't come in their hot season. It really slows you down. We are still trying to get used to it after a week. Even the locals are struggling. I love watching the drivers/riders on the roads. They are crazy but all driving is done smoothly and with little fuss. Very few accidents and ...
We got an overnight bus from Nha Trang to Hoh Chi Minh City (HCMC), same story again although this time we opted for one without a toilet so at least we had no smell. When we arrived into HCMC at 7am there was a bus there heading straight over the border to Cambodia. We were not feeling like another busy city and had already decided we were not going to do the Chi Chi tunnels so ...
... br> It is quite remarkable how they constructed the tunnels and how they learnt along the way and where able to live in these tunnels for such a long time. They were very clever and adaptable people. They made sandals out of the tyres from American artillery, but was most clever was that they were designed that when they walked in them the foot prints had them walking backwards so when the Americans came across any footprints they were actually ...