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Year 13 Updates from Vietnam - Day 4

23 October 2015

Update from Mr. Tanu Chakraborty 

For the first time in the entire trip, students got a fairly generous sleeping time, with a wake up time agreed at 8:00 am. In the morning they were taken to the top of the island to tour around an old fort, complete with the original French cannons, and to get a stunning panorama view of the bay. Pupils then visited an amazing cave hospital, used by the Vietcong during the Vietnam War or the American War as the locals call it. They had the luxury of having both a continental breakfast and lunch on the island seafront before ferried back to the mainland. We ended our day at around 9 pm, after a long tenuous drive through the Ha Noi suburbs.