An Lam Saigon River Private Residences
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
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... that was nice. We stopped for a lunch break which meant we had only 2 hours to go to the border!
We approached the Cambodian and Vietnamese border and we geared up for another exciting border crossing. Our experience passing from Thailand to Cambodia was thrilling, People were everywhere, selling everything and anything, spreading out across the landscape like ants running to complete their various tasks. The air was ...
... this when I received more chest action than a typical western massage, but this was confirmed with another tourist. And now I've learned this trying on bras. I selected a couple of different bras and asked to try them on. All the sizing is in metric, and the only cup sizes they have are A and B, with an extra 2 cup sizes of padding built into every bra. So much for trying to find a standard 32C. I was lead to an area of the wall where a curtain was pulled around a ...
... we eventually realised it was only Friday, no wonder the traffic was so bad, we had hit Friday rush hour in saigon! Today's little adventure consisted of finding packing materials for the bikes. After reading other peoples experiences the post office seemed the best place to start as "they will pack anything". Well "anything" didn't include mud splattered touring bikes. Back to square one. After a bit of ...
On 20th we join a 14 day cycle tour of Vietnam (East coast).
Sunday 20th April
Almost a day off today. We awoke in our plush hotel, at 74 US dollars much more luxurious than we would usually book, but this is the one used by Exodus so we splashed out for ...
It was a bit of a struggle talking ourselves into leaving Mui Ne but the promise of Thai beaches kept us moving. We made it to HCMC after a 6 hour bus ride. Eager to see the city and to eat we dropped of our bags and rushed to our first bowl of beef pho in Ho Chi Minh. It was delicious and necessary to keep us going. Refreshed and stomachs full we moseyed our way to the Reunification Palace. Turns out we should have hustled and not ...