Xuan Nguyen Hotel
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... up on stage to play along with the entertainers. I had porcelain cups as my instrument and was not very delicate with my playing and seemed to smash my cups rather than chime them as instructed - I think they have double jointed wrists. * Friday 8th august Last day of exploring the city. I directed mum and got us a bit lost whoops ;-) we did end up at a beautiful big park where the locals were catching butterflies, doing tai chi and exercising. We also had ...
... to the area. The last kidnapping was only three weeks ago and there was also one the poor souls who was kidnapped shot dead a couple of months earlier. Hmmm this was interesting reading indeed. Then we checked the various places to stay and how much it would cost. Good grief Borneo was expensive compared to the rest of Asia. Turtle island was ridiculous if you wanted to stay overnight and watch the turtles come ashore to lay their eggs on a night. About £150 for the two ...
... backpackers area is the place to be. Street food, beer, bars,
beer, parties, beer, restaurants, all the nations in the world having beer
together. This is the place where you can meet lots of people, as everyone is
really open and friendly. The atmosphere here is unique; you can meet someone
and 5 minutes later it feels like you have known each other for years. All the
bars and restaurants are full of travelers and the street is so packed with
Day 1: Went on a boat to Mekong Delta. Had a shot of snake wine and ate some rice popcorn. I got on a sampan and sipped on a coconut while a tiny old lady rowed us down the river. Stayed at a guest house and watched some traditional music. It was all in Vietnamese so I didn't quite catch what was going on. I ate rat and snake for dinner...Had a party with jungle juice and played Kings and Never Have I Ever. I went to bed ...
... called Ginko. It's a mixture of homewares and clothing and the products are really nice. Although we had only promised that we were 'just looking', we managed to pick up some pretty cool purchases in a very small space of time. If you're on the look out for some really good Vietnamese food check out Viet Restaurant on 59 Bui Vien street in District 1, really fresh and delicious food, chilled beers and good service.