Descriptive essay

             There are a lot of surprising and sometimes difficult things that impresses you when you arrived in a country that you have never been in before. Especially for many people who were born and raised in America. I remember traveling to Vietnam a couple years ago. It was during summer of 1999, my parents and a couple of my relatives decided to take a trip to visit my grandparents, who I have never met before in my life. Going to Vietnam was a horrible idea, but I got to experienced many great places and unforgettable adventure.
             Before arriving at Saigon International Airport, I have always thought that Vietnam was a hi-tech country similar to America; with tall buildings and tons of technology. When I stepped off the airplane in Saigon, I was hit by this stale and humid air that made my whole body felt very sticky; a feeling that I have never experience before. When stepping off the plane we were bussed to an uninviting, old building staffed by equally cold and uninviting people. I honestly don’t think I will ever want to stay in this country for a long period of time. Shortly after we passed through the entrance of the airport; I was amazed that Vietnam was a poor, densely-populated country. Saigon International Airport was supposed to be the main airport besides Hanoi International Airport, but the place looked like it has not been fixed up in a long time. Buildings were torn up and the airport is as small as you can imagine. After we were picked up from the airport, we were guided to the nearest hotel for leisure. The international hotel was totally different from what I had seen at the airport. This place is amazing; it has six floors and a total of forty rooms. This place is somewhat similar to America, and it feels like my own home. The services were very good, and I was very pleased with the way the hotel staffs attend to the customers. This is an ideal place for travelers to stay at when touring Vietnam. The hotel was suite...

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