Golden Silk Boutique Hotel
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Left the hotel this morning at 8am and went to the airport via a charity organisation that has a shop selling goods made by deaf kids from all recycled products. It was amazing! They made us each a ring out of telephone wires, baskets from noodle wrappers, bags from coke & beer cans, and necklaces from buttons. We all bought a little something …
Out the door this morning at 8am for our final day of touring. First we visited the Ho Chi Minh museum, and his mausoleum. Was more like an art museum, and quite a bit was written in Vietnamese, and very detailed about the communist party etc. Seemed more relevant for locals. Lots of school groups were there too.
Next we visited the Hanoi …
This morning we were up early for breakfast at 7am (sang happy birthday to Chris) and left the boat at 8am to go visit a cave. It was on one of the islands and was amazing! Great views from outside the cave as well, looking out over the bay and other islands.
We had an early lunch at 11am (no one could be accused of not getting enough food …
... that I'd enter Vietnam after catching the sleeping bus the following night after spending a night in Luang Prabang. The info I soon found out was outdated and I could've left the same day.. Bummer. A bustling little tourist township Luang Prabang has similarities with smaller Thai tourist towns although very different. An abundance of accommodation, cafés, bakeries, travel agents and street vendors that when walking down the street you don't feel isolated by any means. ...
... tried to pick at the meat but the streets are so dirty and the meat is open on a table in the street so I just couldn't stomach it. Peter was absolutely loving it though!
The map given to us by the hotel had the main tourist attractions on so we headed for Hoan Kiem lake. A beautiful lake in the centre of all the hussle and bustle. For just £1 we took a look inside and learned some of the history of the lake. Hoan Kiem means - History of the returned sword. Basically ...