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Travel Blogs from Ho Chi Minh City
... at lunch either today, but she would make up for it with a double helping tomorrow!!!
After gorging ourselves, well I gorged, Marketa stared in Pho Bo-less concern, we headed to a roof top bar that the concierge had told us was a must see. He was right. We alighted on the 27th floor to huge tunes blaring out into the night sky and a cool bar beckoning us for some unneeded but welcomed cocktails. The highlight of the night was the bar man performing an impromptu ...
... looks from the staff setting up breakfast as I enter the breakfast area 30 minutes before it opens...if they only knew how totally opposite of an early riser I am. A couple of great sunrise photos and I'm flying back down the stairs to get Heather to come get breakfast, its at least 20 degrees cooler than it was the morning before, we need to eat before the sun really breaks the horizon and turns the breakfast area into a hot box again...you'd think the hotel ...
... up the street and had a chicken salad and chicken/rice with two diet cokes for a grand total of 250,000D ($12.50aud..). I absolutely love bánh mì so I stopped at a small street vendor and paid the princely sum of 15,000D (.75c aud) for a chicken roll, holding the extremely potent looking chilli sauce!! Everyone here has been lovely so far. All friendly, smiles, not a lot of westerners around which is great ...
... paint a vivid picture of how absolutely brutal, violent and horrific this war truly was (from both sides). The thing that got me most were the photos and stories about Agent Orange. The ‘no-mercy’ mentality by the Americans when using the hideous chemical warfare (mostly Agent Orange) was completely appalling. It really hit home seeing and learning about the people that live and are born still today that are being affected by this ...
... up his panniers, head out the door and jump on his bike.(more likely an armored personnel carrier) So why did you choose this title Stuart? What is the connection here? I suppose that the only connection between this quote and this entry is that he was in Saigon, mentions Saigon, memorably, in the first lines of the film, and has a very different experience in Saigon to that of ourselves. Regardless of this tenuous association, it is a darn cool title from a good quality flick, ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking