The Reunification Express "Sleeper" Train

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September 21st 2014
Published: June 11th 2017
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It's about 7:30 am and I'm typing from my top bunk on the Reunification Express, heading to Danang (where we will transfer to Hoi An. Hoi An doesn't have a railway station). We are on the somewhat optimistically named "sleeper" train. Each very small cubicle has four narrow beds, two up and two down as you'll see from the photos. The beds come with a sheet and a comforter and a pillow, but the cle... Read Full Entry

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Entry to the tunnelsEntry to the tunnels
Entry to the tunnels

Enlarged for western tourists and complete with stairs.
Tapioca rootTapioca root
Tapioca root

Was better with chopped peanut and salt dip

There is a beer hiding behind her brochure!
Inside the Post OfficeInside the Post Office
Inside the Post Office

Ubiquitous Ho Chi Minh portrait

21st September 2014

You are one brave cookie Lori - I'd be glad to be banned from the tunnels due to old age! then I wouldn't have to admit to claustrophobia. Sounds like you two were glad to get off the "sleeper" train. Another adventure no doubt. Keep
up the great blog.

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