Nam Long Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Matt awoke early at 2am to discover a strangely quiet, peaceful and eerie Bangkok. This peace was only temporary however as he was soon accompanied by a common international sight, the England football fan. Those tourists who somehow are everywhere on the globe and they give the country such a good name, especially when England are losing. The result was less than memorable but my fellow viewers colourful language was, thankfully Eloise came to the rescue at 4 as ...
... to grab our bags and head in the main customs and immigration building. We did so. We entered the building put our bags through an x-Ray machine, handed an official looking Vietnamese officer our passport, stamped, replaced our passports safely in our bags and reboarded the bus. The entire process took no more than 10 minutes! It was remarkable, once again, to see, feel, and experience passing from one piece of existence ...
... her she grabs a handful at a time, adjusts my boobs properly in the bra and then turned me around to the mirror for me to take a look at my new bustier, fully-padded chest. I choose a couple of bras and was happy to finally have a couple more options to my two that I had been wearing for the last 6 weeks. I came back to my hotel and had a shower. Mid-day showers are a common thing in Vietnam. They are a neccessity. I changed into my newly purchased dress and bra ...
... to go inside but we did get to observe a wedding photo shoot. It was beautiful!
On a different and less beautiful note, Emma finally talked Sarajane into going to the international health clinic that was right next door to the church. Sarajane had a strange Houdini rash on her hand - seriously this rash was disappearing and reappearing for about a month. We thought it may have been caused by a run-in she had with coral ...
... have been a scene from a movie. As the river became too narrow for the boat, we stopped and got off to change into smaller boats that were owned by the locals. As we went down the river we passed many village people fishing and trading, then we got back on the big boat again at the end. Next up was lunch at a restaurant where we were dining with our new friends Dan and Amon. The food was alright but the company was much better as we all discussed our travels and ...