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... when we returned at 8:30pm as they were about to shut-up-shop with the last of their patrons finishing their meals! Apologising for being so late, we sat down and waited for menus to be handed to us. After 15minutes we still didn’t have menus but dishes suddenly started being placed on our table. It turns out that during our pigeon-English/Vietnamese discussions earlier in the day, by pointing and asking for prices we had somehow agreed upon what ...
... br> The Red Bridge Cooking School - shop at the local fish markets then back to cook and eat;
My SON Sanctuary; and
the Hoi An walking Tour - anything else will be a bonus.
For now, DYUM BEIT (that's how I spell goodbye in Vietnamese)
Must fly as the young Chinese boy I tossed off the computer (playing games) wants it back and has been very patient. ...
... Show and the streets just packed and the same as any other time of day>! Anyway, i had a coffee, watched the sun rise and the wandered again and saw this luxury resort reception open so i thought i would ask if i bought a coffee i could use their section of the beach and crash out on a lounger for a few hours as it was still only about 5:30 and i found the bus left at 8:30. So i went in and she said it was ok but on reading the menu i found that the food prices ...
... send out.
Tuesday 17th Apr we walked across the the Bus Station opposite the Market and hopped on a local bus to take us to China Town (Cholon) There is a market there, mainly food downstairs and hidiously stocked tiny stalls on the upper level. Not many speak English there. Ah.... Cholon is more like the HCMC we knew. Walked around the area for a while then took the bus back, had Pho (Soup) for lunch. Our last night in HCMC so we went back & had a feed at ...
... in Quy Nhon on time and it was easy enough to find a taxi which then whisked us over to our hotel.
Having taken a lot of punishment during the war Quy Nhon had been re-built with huge boulevard style roads flanked by palm trees, hotels and parks.
After around 5 minutes drive we arrived at the Seagull Hotel and the taxi dropped us off right outside the front door.