Have been staying here for almost 10 day…

Have been staying here for almost 10 days. The room that Im staying has been very good. Accept for 2 missing items that are essential to my daily needs.
First was the supply of water hasn’t been very good. At times, I have water shortage, or low supply. To the extend that the wash room is only good for brushing my teeth at the basin, and not for shower. That doesn’t deter me from changing to other hotel with better facilities. No surprise if I encounter the same situation again. To solved this, I just go to other rooms to have my shower, and it is not frequent.
Second, the wireless router for the main internet is 15 meters away from my room. The signal that Im getting was too weak for me to surf the net. In the beginning, Im able to accept the weak signal, cos wifi from other hotel is available.. Net surfing was slightly improved, however, still able to get disconnection occasionally.
An for now, my second source of internet has been getting weaker and weaker. I just feel like leaving and go back to the first hotel that im staying. Fortunately, I have my third source of wifi to get connected again. Otherwise, I wouldn’t be blogging this.
I do have concern of how long my third source of WiFi is going to last… If everything getting worse, than I better decide to leave this place. Eventually, internet connection is my primary requirement.

How to log in Facebook while traveling in Vietnam?

How to log in Facebook while traveling in Vietnam?
For Win XP user only.
1) Start -> Control Panel -> Network Connections
2) Select the Network, and mouse right-click.
3) Select “Properties”
4) On General Tab, Scroll down select item: “Internet Protocol and TCP/IP”
5) Click the button “Properties”
6) On General Tab, Check the radio button “Use the following DNS addresses”
7) Key in the below 2 addresses for Preferred and Alternate DNS server
———Use the Following DNS server address:
—————— Preferred DNS server:
—————— Alternate DNS server:
8) Click “Ok” to close all windows and finish up the setup.

Updates as on 13th March 2011:-

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