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[12/31/12]   Happy new year 2013!

he was a student
She was 23
Her fault some people say because she boarded the wrong bus
And oh yeah
SHE WAS A GIRL
Six men raped her one by one and then used an iron rod to tear her vagina
Small intestine and large intestine came out
They left her to die on the road
Naked
Wounded
Exposed
Devastated
What’s more is that no one even turned to look at her
No one even bothered to throw a shawl on the ill-clad
ill-fated girl
She can never live a normal married life again
She Went into coma five times since 16th December
She was unconscious
Critical and hasn't been able to stop crying
But don’t worry
She wasn't your sister
She wasn't your daughter
But she could be. The brutality has to stop right here guys
These people deserve capital punishment for their heinous
Perverted act
She died yesterday Saturday 28th
December 2012
Rest in Peace♥ and I pray that her killers get the WORST punishment possible
This doesn't only happen in India..
But in every country around the world..
Is this how we treat our women?
It Makes me ashamed to even live on this planet today

If her death Touches YOU & UR against RAPE
Write: "R.I.P"

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Damini was to marry her boyfriend in February, was shopping for wedding outfits, neighbors say.

Highlighting Vietnam with overnight cruise in Halong Bay
10 Days
(Seat In Coach Tours)
Ho Chi Minh City / Hue / Danang/ Hoi An / Hanoi / Halong Bay / Hanoi

Enjoy an in-depth exploration of the country and discover limestone islands, royal tombs, ancient kingdoms, rural villages and modern cities.

Highlights

- Explore the narrow underground passageways in the incredible Cu Chi Tunnels
- Experience an overnight cruise around the mystical landscape of Halong Bay
- Take a boat down the Mekong River to observe rural riverside life
- Shop for bargains as you explore the alleyways in the old part of Hanoi
- Walk along the cobbled streets in Hoi An, a UNESCO World Heritage site.
- Discover pagodas, towers and temples dynasty in the 17th century city of Hue

Day 1 – Ho Chi Minh City
The emerging modern skyline of the vibrant metropolis, Ho Chi Minh City, competes for space with colonial buildings and traditional temples. Outside on the streets, young professionals zip by on motorbikes, chatting on mobile phones, while inside the quiet temple courtyards, worshippers pray amidst clouds of incense.
Visit the Reunification Palace, formerly the Independence Palace of the South Vietnamese president. This 60s style building was famously stormed by tanks on April 30, 1975 signifying the fall of South Vietnam. It has been preserved in its original state, and the tanks remain on display near the entrance gates. Also visit the Emperor of Jade Pagoda, the neo-Romanesque Notre Dame Cathedral and the Central Post Office. Pass by the ornate City Hall, the old Opera House and end up at the central Ben Thanh Market, where you can buy a vast array of goods and handicrafts.
Overnight in Ho Chi Minh City.
Day 2 – Ho Chi Minh City
Visit the Cu Chi Tunnels: never discovered by American forces, these tunnels were an important Vietcong base during the American War. Stretching over 200km, this incredible underground network, dug by hand, connected command posts, hospitals, shelters and weapon factories. You can see the cleverly disguised entrances and elaborate booby-traps, and even venture inside the tunnels, some of which have been modified to accommodate tourists. In the Cholon (Chinatown) area you can explore the Chinese Medicine Market packed with shops and stalls selling traditional medicine, and the wholesale Binh Tay Market. Also visit Thien Hau Pagoda built by the Cantonese congregation and dedicated to the heavenly goddess.
Overnight in Ho Chi Minh City (breakfast).
Day 3 – Ho Chi Minh City and the Mekong River
Travel by road to the sleepy waterfront town of Ben Tre and take a boat trip on the Mekong River to the Vam Xep canal where local handicrafts and coconut sweets are produced. Stop here for a while to enjoy fresh tropical fruits and a performance of traditional songs, and then travel by horse and carriage to a typical local house to taste some homemade honey-tea. Navigate your way through the small canals by sampan to observe the daily life of local people along the riverbanks.
Overnight in Ho Chi Minh City (breakfast).
Day 4 – Ho Chi Minh City to Hue
Fly from Ho Chi Minh City to Hue, a 17th century city that once served as the capital of Vietnam and houses ancient temples, imperial buildings and French-style edifices. Board a local boat and cruise down the Perfume River to the iconic Thien Mu Pagoda, an elegant seven-tiered octagonal tower. Explore the Imperial Citadel which was modelled after the Forbidden City of Peking. Enter via the imposing Ngo Mon Gate and visit: Dien Tho Residence where the Queen mother lived; the magnificently decorated Thai Hoa Palace; the Halls of the Mandarins; and the original Nine Dynastic Urns, among other sites. Venture into the beautiful countryside around Hue to visit the Imperial Tomb of Tu Duc, the longest reigning Vietnamese emperor, who built this elegant tomb for use as a meditation retreat and for theatre performances. Also visit the Imperial Tomb of Khai Dinh, dramatically located on a hillside. Completed in 1931, this tomb incorporates distinct European elements into the traditional Vietnamese architecture.
Overnight in Hue (breakfast).
Day 5 - Hue to Danang to Hoi An
Travel by road to Danang and visit the Cham museum that houses an incredible collection of Cham art, many dating to the 4th century. Visit the Marble Mountains that rise sharply from the surrounding rice fields. Riddled with caves and shrines, they are said to each represent one of the five elements of the universe. Continue on to Hoi An, a UNESCO World Heritage site that was one of South East Asia's major international ports during the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries. Best explored by foot, you can wander through the cobbled streets, past low tile-roofed buildings and to the small harbour where brightly painted boats are moored. See the Japanese Covered Bridge Pagoda constructed in 1593 to link the town with the Chinese quarters across the stream. Visit the Sa Hunyh Museum, the 200 year old Tran Family Chapel, the Phuoc Kien Assembly Hall dedicated to the goddess of the sea, and a silk lantern making workshop.
Overnight in Hoi An (breakfast).
Day 6 – Hoi An
The whole day is at leisure to relax in the hotel or explore more of the sights of Hoi An.
Overnight in Hoi An (breakfast).
Day 7 - Hoi An to Hanoi
Travel by road to Danang and take a flight to Hanoi. Although it is the modern-day capital of Vietnam, Hanoi still retains the mystery and charm of past centuries and contains traditional shophouses, lakes, parks and tree-lined boulevards. Wander through the courtyards and gateways of the Temple of Literature, founded in 1070 and dedicated to Confucius. Proceed to Hoan Kiem Lake to visit the 18th century Ngoc Son Temple, and to see Jade Island which is connected to the shore by the wooden red-painted Huc Bridge (Morning Sunlight Bridge). Walk along the narrow lanes and traditional shops houses in the Old Quarter where you buy anything and everything: traditional Chinese medicine, silk pyjamas, tombstones, jewellery and local crafts. In the evening visit a Water Puppet Show, a fascinating art originating from North Vietnam.
Overnight in Hanoi (breakfast).
Day 8 – Hanoi to Halong Bay/ Overnight Cruise
Travel by road from Hanoi to Halong Bay, board your charming traditional wooden junk and check into your cabin. The mystical landscape of this UNESCO World Heritage site is where over 3,000 limestone rock islands with sheer vertical sides and topped with thick jungle vegetation, rise out of the emerald sea. The wind, rain and sea have carved out dramatic caves and grottoes in some of the islands that can be explored. After lunch spend the rest of the day soaking up the sun on the top deck and admiring the spectacular scenery. That evening the cruise chef will prepare a delicious seafood dinner to be served onboard the boat.
Overnight onboard in Halong Bay (breakfast, lunch, dinner).
Day 9 – Halong Bay - Hanoi
Start the day with a session of Tai Chi on the deck whilst watching the sun rise from behind the limestone karsts. After breakfast, visit a beautiful limestone grotto then board the boat for a final glimpse of Halong Bay while cruising back to the dock. Travel by road back to Hanoi.
Overnight in Hanoi (breakfast).
Day 10 - Hanoi
Spend the morning exploring more of the city. Visit the Presidential Place, the 11th century One Pillar Pagoda and the Ho Chi Minh Memorial Complex. Here you can see Ho Chi Minh's embalmed body and see the simple two-room dwelling where he lived from 1958 until his final days. Explore the Museum of Ethnology which contains artefacts from 54 different ethnic groups and reconstructions of traditional longhouses, cemeteries and other distinctive ethnic buildings. The afternoon is free for you to relax.

Mekong Delta & My Tho
Full day

From Saigon, transfer to My Tho, a bustling town in the rich agricultural region of the Mekong Delta, where row upon row of rickety wooden buildings overhang the waterfront. Visit the Vinh Trang Pagoda, a beautiful temple and a sanctuary for orphans and other needy children.

Afterwards board a local boat to explore the Mekong River Islands where miles of placid waterways crisscross the land breaking it up into small evergreen islands filled with tropical gardens. Stop at a fruit orchard to enjoy fruit and tea while listening to local music and take a brief sampan ride through the tiny waterways.

Customs & Traditions

Religion

Vietnam supports adherents of all the major world religions, as well as followers of religions that are peculiarly Vietnamese: Theravada and Mahayana Buddhism, Protestant and Catholic Christianity, Taoism, Confucianism, Islam, Cao Daism, Hoa Hao and Hinduism. In addition, spirit and ancestor worship (To Tien) is also practiced. Confucianism is probably the most pervasive doctrine of all.
People

Ethnic Vietnamese make up almost 90 percent of the population. Vietnamese culture was strongly influenced by the traditional Chinese civilization, however the struggle for political independence from China developed a strong sense of national identity in the Vietnamese people. Nearly 100 years of French rule (1858-1954) introduced European elements, but the Vietnamese still attach great importance to the family and continue to observe rites honoring their ancestors.
Various ethnic groups make up the remaining 10 percent of the population. The second largest minority is the southern Montagnards or 'mountain people' and the third largest is the Khmer Krom (Cambodians) who are mainly found near the Cambodian border and at the mouth of the Mekong River.
Other minority groups include Cham, remnants of the once-mighty Kingdom of Champa.
Art & Architecture

Vietnamese art flourished between 500 and 200 BC with the creation of magnificent bronzes produced by artists from China. These pieces represent some of the first and finest Southeast Asian works of art.
The 'golden' period of Vietnamese art and architecture occurred in the 10th and 11th centuries in the Vietnamese kingdom of Champa, on the Annamite coast.
Unfortunately only 20 of 250 former sites have survived the intervening centuries, the most famous being My Son and Dong Duong. Characteristics of Vietnamese art and architecture are the pagodas and palaces at Hue and Hanoi.
Etiquette

- The Vietnamese used to greet one another by clasping their hands, prayer-like, in front of their faces and bowing slightly. Unfortunately, this charming custom has been replaced by the handshake.
- When trying to gain the attention of a Vietnamese, try not to point or gesture excessively as this is regarded as rude. Call out their names if possible, or beckon by using the whole hand, palm downwards.
- Do not touch people on the head as it is regarded as spiritually the 'highest' part of the body.
Dance & Theatre

Classical Vietnamese theatre, known as hat boi, has links with the classical theatre of China, however it is rarely seen these days. The most original theatrical art form in Vietnam is mua roi muoc or water puppet theatre. Plays are based on historical or religious themes, legends, village life and acts of heroism. Some include the use of fireworks - especially during battle scenes - while folk opera singers and traditional instruments accompany all performances.

City Tour
Full Day

A vibrant metropolis, Ho Chi Minh City teems with energy, activity and motion. Everywhere you look, you see the meeting of traditional and modern life. The emerging modern skyline stands cheek by jowl with colonial buildings and traditional temples.

Begin your tour of this exciting city strolling along Dong Khoi Street, formerly known as the Rue Catinat, the main shopping thoroughfare and heart of old colonial Saigon. Pass by classic European-style landmarks such as the ornate City Hall (Hotel de Ville) and the old Opera House, and pay a quick visit to the neo-Romanesque Notre Dame Cathedral and the Central Post Office.

Afterwards dive into modern history with a tour of the Reunification Palace. Formerly the Independence Palace of the South Vietnamese president, this 60s style building was famously stormed by tanks on April 30, 1975 signifying the fall of South Vietnam. It has been preserved in its original state, and the original tanks remain on display near the entrance gates.

Continue to the harrowing War Remnants Museum, which comprehensively documents the travails of the long Vietnam - American War. Inside are detailed photographic exhibitions while outside is a collection of tanks, planes and weapons.

Also visit the Emperor of Jade Pagoda and the Chinatown area. Visit Binh Tay Market, the vast wholesale market selling all sorts from dried foods to T-shirts to electronics.

Continue to Thien Hau Pagoda, build by the Cantonese congregation and dedicated to the heavenly goddess and end your tour at the central Ben Thanh Market where vendors display a vast array of goods and handicrafts, appealing to every taste.

[12/28/12]   Highlighting Vietnam
10 Days
(Seat In Coach Tours)
Ho Chi Minh City / Hue / Danang / Hoi An / Hanoi

Enjoy an in-depth exploration of the country and discover royal tombs, ancient kingdoms, rural villages and modern cities.

Highlights

- Explore the narrow underground passageways in the incredible Cu Chi Tunnels
- Sail around limestone islands and explore caves and grottoes in Halong Bay
- Take a boat down the Mekong River to observe rural riverside life
- Shop for bargains as you explore the alleyways in the old part of Hanoi
- Walk along the cobbled streets in Hoi An, a UNESCO World Heritage site.
- Discover pagodas, towers and temples dynasty in the 17th century city of Hue

Day 1 – Ho Chi Minh City
The emerging modern skyline of the vibrant metropolis, Ho Chi Minh City, competes for space with colonial buildings and traditional temples. Outside on the streets, young professionals zip by on motorbikes, chatting on mobile phones, while inside the quiet temple courtyards, worshippers pray amidst clouds of incense.
Visit the Reunification Palace, formerly the Independence Palace of the South Vietnamese president. This 60s style building was famously stormed by tanks on April 30, 1975 signifying the fall of South Vietnam. It has been preserved in its original state, and the tanks remain on display near the entrance gates. Also visit the Emperor of Jade Pagoda, the neo-Romanesque Notre Dame Cathedral and the Central Post Office. Pass by the ornate City Hall, the old Opera House and end up at the central Ben Thanh Market, where you can buy a vast array of goods and handicrafts.
Overnight in Ho Chi Minh City.
Day 2 – Ho Chi Minh City
Visit the Cu Chi Tunnels: never discovered by American forces, these tunnels were an important Vietcong base during the American War. Stretching over 200km, this incredible underground network, dug by hand, connected command posts, hospitals, shelters and weapon factories. You can see the cleverly disguised entrances and elaborate booby-traps, and even venture inside the tunnels, some of which have been modified to accommodate tourists. In the Cholon (Chinatown) area you can explore the Chinese Medicine Market packed with shops and stalls selling traditional medicine, and the wholesale Binh Tay Market. Also visit Thien Hau Pagoda built by the Cantonese congregation and dedicated to the heavenly goddess.
Overnight in Ho Chi Minh City (breakfast).
Day 3 – Ho Chi Minh City and the Mekong River
Travel by road to the sleepy waterfront town of Ben Tre and take a boat trip on the Mekong River to the Vam Xep canal where local handicrafts and coconut sweets are produced. Stop here for a while to enjoy fresh tropical fruits and a performance of traditional songs, and then travel by horse and carriage to a typical local house to taste some homemade honey-tea. Navigate your way through the small canals by sampan to observe the daily life of local people along the riverbanks.
Overnight in Ho Chi Minh City (breakfast).
Day 4 – Ho Chi Minh City to Hue
Fly from Ho Chi Minh City to Hue, a 17th century city that once served as the capital of Vietnam and houses ancient temples, imperial buildings and French-style edifices. Board a local boat and cruise down the Perfume River to the iconic Thien Mu Pagoda, an elegant seven-tiered octagonal tower. Explore the Imperial Citadel which was modelled after the Forbidden City of Peking. Enter via the imposing Ngo Mon Gate and visit: Dien Tho Residence where the Queen mother lived; the magnificently decorated Thai Hoa Palace; the Halls of the Mandarins; and the original Nine Dynastic Urns, among other sites. Venture into the beautiful countryside around Hue to visit the Imperial Tomb of Tu Duc, the longest reigning Vietnamese emperor, who built this elegant tomb for use as a meditation retreat and for theatre performances. Also visit the Imperial Tomb of Khai Dinh, dramatically located on a hillside. Completed in 1931, this tomb incorporates distinct European elements into the traditional Vietnamese architecture.
Overnight in Hue (breakfast).
Day 5 - Hue to Danang to Hoi An
Travel by road to Danang and visit the Cham museum that houses an incredible collection of Cham art, many dating to the 4th century. Visit the Marble Mountains that rise sharply from the surrounding rice fields. Riddled with caves and shrines, they are said to each represent one of the five elements of the universe. Continue on to Hoi An, a UNESCO World Heritage site that was one of South East Asia's major international ports during the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries. Best explored by foot, you can wander through the cobbled streets, past low tile-roofed buildings and to the small harbour where brightly painted boats are moored. See the Japanese Covered Bridge Pagoda constructed in 1593 to link the town with the Chinese quarters across the stream. Visit the Sa Hunyh Museum, the 200 year old Tran Family Chapel, the Phuoc Kien Assembly Hall dedicated to the goddess of the sea, and a silk lantern making workshop.
Overnight in Hoi An (breakfast).
Day 6 – Hoi An
The whole day is at leisure to relax in the hotel or explore more of the sights of Hoi An.
Overnight in Hoi An (breakfast).
Day 7 - Hoi An to Hanoi
Travel by road to Danang and take a flight to Hanoi. Although it is the modern-day capital of Vietnam, Hanoi still retains the mystery and charm of past centuries and contains traditional shophouses, lakes, parks and tree-lined boulevards. Wander through the courtyards and gateways of the Temple of Literature, founded in 1070 and dedicated to Confucius. Proceed to Hoan Kiem Lake to visit the 18th century Ngoc Son Temple, and to see Jade Island which is connected to the shore by the wooden red-painted Huc Bridge (Morning Sunlight Bridge). Walk along the narrow lanes and traditional shops houses in the Old Quarter where you buy anything and everything: traditional Chinese medicine, silk pyjamas, tombstones, jewellery and local crafts. In the evening visit a Water Puppet Show, a fascinating art originating from North Vietnam.
Overnight in Hanoi (breakfast).
Day 8 – Hanoi to Halong Bay to Hanoi
Travel by road from Hanoi to Halong Bay and board your charming traditional wooden junk. The mystical landscape of this UNESCO World Heritage site is where over 3,000 limestone rock islands with sheer vertical sides and topped with thick jungle vegetation, rise out of the emerald sea. The wind, rain and sea have carved out dramatic caves and grottoes in some of the islands that can be explored. Return by road to Hanoi.
Overnight in Hanoi (breakfast, lunch).
Day 9 - Hanoi
Spend the morning exploring more of the city. Visit the Presidential Place, the 11th century One Pillar Pagoda and the Ho Chi Minh Memorial Complex. Here you can see Ho Chi Minh's embalmed body and see the simple two-room dwelling where he lived from 1958 until his final days. Explore the Museum of Ethnology which contains artefacts from 54 different ethnic groups and reconstructions of traditional longhouses, cemeteries and other distinctive ethnic buildings. The afternoon is free for you to relax.
Overnight in Hanoi (breakfast).
Day 10 - Hanoi
Day of leisure.
(Breakfast)

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