Floor, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3...finally...a clean room!
Trip Start Aug 24, 2010
54Trip End Sep 01, 2011
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We arrived late evening to the same hotel that we had stayed in previously, this time, we booked a room with a window. Check in...okay, sir, Eighth floor please. Perfect. Thanks. We follow the bellboy into the eighth floor room...nice room...big...umm...there`s a cockroach on the bed! The bellboy flicks it off the bed, directly onto me! I do my little ``EEK, There`s a cockroach on me`` dance...looking down at the same time...then did my ``AHH...there`s five cockroaches at my feet`` dance and said...I don`t think so! So we go down to the seventh floor...the room isn`t cleaned yet...so we check the 6th floor...nope, not cleaned...5th floor...no window (which is fine, just refund the extra money we paid for the window...no deal)...4th floor...finally, clean, no roaches, window...perfect. Ugh...no safe. So we simply ask if there is a safe they can put in our room. It turns into a huge ordeal
Our time in HCMC was spent planning and researching...yes...you better believe it! We dropped off our passports at the Cambodia Embassy on day one....received! Perfect. Day Two: Laos Embassy. Following Google Maps, we show the taxi driver where to go...he`s confused and doesn't`t understand, so we get him as close as possible, then decided to walk the rest of the way...it must be near...about a block away according to the map. Note to self...Google Maps isn`t always right!!! We finally found the right street and started walking to the correct number....one block, two blocks, three blocks...still not there. Seriously...it was one block away from our hotel!! haha. So we took a taxi, then walked back. Unreal...and we should have known...we had walked right passed it about 20 times before!!! Just didn't`t really pay attention to it I guess! So we approach the guard to let us in...after about 10 minutes of trying to explain that we want a Visa for Laos, and not the Canadian Embassy, we decided to cut our losses and figure out another way to get our visas...lol. What a morning...so funny!
In the evening, we hopped on a dinner cruise...finally finding a nice dinner boat. We had no idea what the boat would be like, but it was the only ticket office we had seen...so we bought the tickets...$20 each for a buffet and two hour cruise. Kind of pricey for what we are used to. But, after all, it is our Honeymoon
Bus tickets in hand...we're off to Cambodia!!