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Vietnam

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Vianca Galvez

on 6 March 2013

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by: Vianca, Ashley, and Love Our Trip to Vietnam Welcome! Chào!(hello) End Of Our Trip! The dong has been the currency of Vietnam since May 3, 1978. Issued by the State Bank of Vietnam Vietnam Currency - The language that is spoken is Vietnamese. .
Hello: chào
Goodbye: tam biêt
Thank you: Cam o'n Ban
Where is the restroom?: Phòng tam o dâu?
What is your name?: Tên cua ban là gì?
What time is it?:May gio roi? The Vietnam Language Early History: 1000BCE-939CE 1 US Dollar equals
20870.00 Vietnamese Dong A can pop - .50usd - 10,000 dong
1 bottle of wine - 2.5usd - 50,000 dong
Milk 180ml- .30usd - 6,000 dong Recent History: 1900-today 1862-1945, French control Vietnam, dividing it into three "pays" (countries)
Hanoi is capital of French Indochina, including Laos and Cambodia
Economy Religion Vietnam is broken up into four different religions.
the four religions are

1) Indigenous which is practiced by 45.3% of population

2) Buddhism which is practiced by 16.4% of population

3) Christianity is practiced by 8.7% percent of populations

4)29.6% of the population are Non-religious Kingdom of Nan Yue encompasses northern area of Vietnam along with what are today the two southern Chinese provinces of Guangdong and Guangxi
China’s Han dynasty emperor Han Wudi conquers Nan Yue and divides it into provinces;
northern area of Vietnam called "Chiao Chih"
939CE: Ngo Quyen defeats a Chinese force and ends Chinese political domination Day 2 Mekong Delta Day 1 Ho Chi Minh City We will arrive in Ho Chi Minh City at 6pm and take a bus to our hotel
Arrival place:
Hong Thien Loc 2 Hotel
267 - 269 Le Thanh Ton
District 1
Ho Chi Minh City
Second Stop:
Ipa-Nima
Located on Dong khoi St.
-The current style is rugged and untamed for the winter/ autumn
Third stop:
Dinner at Scott ans Binh's
Located on Cao Trieu Phat Street
-The different cuisines that are served at this restaurant include the following American, Vegetarian, Contemporary, and Eclectic From Ho Chi Minh City we will take an over night train to Mekong Delta we will arrive in Mekong Delta at around 11:00

*We will head to our first event of the day at 12:00
Mekong River Cruise
-This cruise takes us on a journey to see the beautiful nature of Mekong but also deep excursion to explore fruit orchards, ancient houses, colonial buildings and the famous Cai Be floating market.

*Our second event will begin at 3:00
Con Son Dive!Dive!Dive!
-We will be diving and searching for fish to eat for our dinner
* After dinner we will be boarding another night train to Nha Trang Day 5 Hue We will arrive in Hue at 12:00
We will go straight to our first site which is The Bach Ma National Park
-This event required a lot of hiking
Our next stop is the Tomb of Minh Mang
- Shows Nguyen Dynasty emperor’s regal tomb
After the tomb we will be going out to dinner at Les Jardins de La Carambole
Then at about 7 we will board another night train that will take us to Hanoi Day 3 Nha Trang We will have arrived in Nha Trang at 10am
First we will be going out to brunch at The Sailing club located on 72 - 74 Tran Phu Street, Nha Trang

*At around 11:45 we will be on our way to our first sight
-The first sight we will be seeing is the Long Son Pagoda it's a Buddhist Temple and regarded as a must see in Nha Trang

*At 12:45 we will be making our way to a fun sporty activity
which will be paint balling Located in 117 Nguyen Thien Thaut, Nha Trang.

At the end of the day we will board an over night train which will take us to Danang. Day 4 Hoi An Day 6 Hanoi
We will arrive in Hanoi at 11:00
We'll be dining at the Old Hanoi Resturaunt
*After lunch we will be going to the Vietnam Military History Museum at around 12:15
The Museum showed war propaganda as well as photographs and documents of the wars against China, France and the United States. They also have several captured aircraft.
At 2:20 we will be heading to an Opera House where we will be shown its famous architectural mimic of the grand Paris Opera
*We will then board another night train where we will also be served light snacks for dinner. We will be taking a mini bus from Danang to Hoi An which will take approximately 1 hour.
We should arrive in Hoi An at about 10:30
*At 11:00 we will be dining at Miss Ly Cafeteria
*After lunch we will be going to the Hoi An Ancient Town we will be taking a boat because there is a 19 mile long river in between
-It was a major trading center of South East Asia in the 16th century
*At 3:00 we will be heading to the Hung Long Art Gallery
After the Gallery we will board a night train to Hue Day 7 Halong Bay Our arrival time to Halong Bay will be around 10:00
We will get brunch at Co Ngu Restaurant

At 11:15 we will be going on a White Dolphin Cruise for the rest of the day until time to head back home Of course a country is not a country without an Flag. Civilization in Vietnam had been built on agriculture it is a major economic base. Vietnam have become a lower middle income country with per capital income of US $1,130 by the end of 2010. HDI is 128/187 Tax revolt in Annam, and Student activism begins.
1945(Japanese defeat)1956-1975: Ho Chi Minh declares Vietnam independent;
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