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- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... us we would be all sharing a room tonight and we will be helping to make dinner. He also gave us the 411 about Vietnam. Firstly, going through the basic language which of course I have instantly forgot. But he has also told us that words could be spelt the same but when said in a different tone means something else. Like one word when said harshly means fish but when said with a high pitch tone at the end means train station. ...
... per person, bike, motor bike, if you use it a lot you can buy a monthly pass. The river was lovely and cool so early in the morning and we enjoyed breakfast as we went, iced coffee, iced lemon and sugar tea and pastry like donut thing but not a lot of taste. We arrived at the first floating market about 40 minutes later. This had big boats selling all sorts o fruit and veg, min buy is 50kg. Each boat has a high stick on it and stuck to the top of this is what ever ...
... and range is amazing. Main course today is Ostrich with rice and a Vietnamese sauce. It didn't taste like chicken in fact it was not like poultry at all. It was a dark meat and very tender. There is always a variety of different salads, a choice of soups an 'action station' where the chef prepares and dishes up a traditional dish and then of course there is dessert and fruit.
After a bit of free time for a rest or snooze we have an ...
... there we travelled down a small canal. Hyacinth is commonly used to prevent soil erosion along the banks. You can also only make coconut milk from the old, brown coconuts. The green ones are used for drinking the coconut water. We stopped at a noodle factory and got a go at making rice paper. On our way back Mark got a bowl of noodle soup from a vendor. A most tasty dish. After our boat trip we caught a bus to Ho Chi Minh City (120000 dong each). Once ...
... It was deliciously sweet. We ended our tour at the local university, where we have tasted the Vietnamese coffee, it was very strong. We took the taxi back to the hotel where we took the opportunity to ask the guide some questions about the research the company has done. Unfortunately, the guide did not know anything about that research. We asked her to ask the manager or director if it is possible to ask that person more questions. While ...