My cousin and I recently took the Cu Chi Tunnel tour via Viator / Urban Adventures. We were blessed to have had with us a good English-speaking tour guide, Ms. Thathitam. On our way to the Cu Chi Tunnel, she first introduced to our tour group a local who was kind enough to show us how she and her family makes a living-- she produces rice papers (used for making fresh spring rolls), gets rubber sap from her rubber tree plantation, and even her piggery. The lady was kind enough to let us experience making rice papers and even feed her piglets with the rice paper scraps.
Our tour guide, "Tim Tam", was thorough and very informative as she demonstrated most of arsenal or gadgets used by the Vietnamese. She was able to show us how resourceful the soldiers were as they were able to recycle metals from land mines and turned them into spikes for their traps or spears . She also gave us options on whether we may travel the tunnel from 20meters to 100 meters.
I highly commend our tour guide. Funny, informative and even patient enough to answer our added queries.
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