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Journeys : Feb March 2010
59 February / March 10 Join Jenny Fulton on her fourth trip to the destinations she loves. From north to south in Vietnam, she'll introduce you to the authentic Asia -- the fertile plains of the Mekong Delta, long, deserted stretches of spectacular coastline, majestic mountains in the north, bustling cities and street markets and faded elegance from the French colonial era. You'll experience the ever-expanding Ho Chi Minh City and gasp at the hundreds of motorbikes coming at you from all angles -- and you'll very quickly lear n the art of crossing the street. From the historic Rex Hotel's rooftop beer garden, we can watch the world rushing by below. You'll enjoy trying some of the local cuisine, including one of Vietnam's favourites, pho -- rice noodles in a broth of seafood, beef, chicken or vegetables with various herbs and spices. It is delicious and filling and it comes in a huge bowl with chopsticks and a spoon. On the tour you will also have the opportunity to attend the Red Bridge Cooking School. Our tour will depart late August 2010 for 14 days with an option to extend for five days/four nights into Cambodia to explore Angkor Wat and sur rounds. Vietnam and Cambodia have grow n in popularity with Australian travellers -- they continue to beckon people looking for unique destinations. Jenny's off to Vietnam and Cambodia again Small escorted group tours like this one provide you with the opportunity to travel with like-minded companions in a friendly group. Call Jenny at our Glenorchy office on 6212 9501 or contact any one of our nine branches around Tasmania -- we'd be happy to provide you with the itinerary and tour details. Halong Bay Imperial Citadel Ta Prohm Temple City Hall Saigon
Dec Jan 2010
April May 2010