Ngoc Linh Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... posters wherever you look which I didn't expect to see ! Kev took loads of them and its hard to choose a favourite as I love them all! The locals seem a lot more friendly that Hanoi and further up North. We passed a couple of restaurants on route back and decided that we would try one of them out that night. Once at the Hostel we got showered and relaxed for an hour or so. We then headed out and went to a local ...
... had been affected and disabled from agent orange. 60k have died since from it and 2mn Vietnamese died in the war. There was even a preserved feotus there which was weird.
After that we were all a bit quieter but we picked the banter back up when DT had his bite sized steak. We got the night bus from there to Dalat. The bus was sick, you get a mini bed thing which was cool
... it last week. Next was a visit to our tailor here to try on our suits. They were almost perfect just a small adjustment so we can collect them tomorrow. My navy one with the hot pink lining is just delicious, and they even embroider your name into the jacket. We did the last of our shopping and headed back to Sally's for a little rest. ...
... br> Vietnam was at war with China for one thousand years, then with the French for one hundred years and as recently as 1975 the Chinese had another seven week war. Many thousands of people died in this seven week battle and Vietnam prevailed. Now they feel happy to be at peace and even if they don't like the politics, don't want to rock the boat.
This afternoon we transferred to our cruise ship the Amalotus, and will cruise the ...
... did the same trip for $28USD.... With these all booked we had until 1pm before we were picked up for the tunnels trip so we headed to the Reunification Palace. On route Mark and Sarah were accosted by a coconut vendor who very generously let gave Sarah a "free" coconut, then gave another to Mark and proceeded to charge them for the two... Oops! The palace was where the Vietnam War officially ended in 1974 as the North Vietnamese Army came crashing through ...