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... not tell you how this story ends and how I got home. No one could explain me what happened to the bike anyways as they couldn't speak English. Fortunately I found it some days later again. think the bike has a bad spell on it or it just enjoys playing games with me.
I also continued with my fruit experiments. The straciatella fruit turns out to be called dragon fruit and the star fruit in fact is jack fruit. Today I got 2 Mangos, 1 Pineapple, Lychee and Mangosteen for 1.50 ...
... is an award winning restaurant. It helps build a future for disadvantaged street youth (similar to Jamie Olivers Fifteen) by training them as chefs and waiters. On arriving they were still without power so were lit by candlelight. It wasn't long before power was restored, the restaurant was packed. We were very impressed with the whole experience and it is nice to give something back as the money not only goes to the staff but also to ...
... right near the centre for once!! We started to look for accommodation and as we were walking, came across a hairdressers I had seen online that was meant to be good so Dave and I both booked in for tomorrow. We looked around and found a guesthouse with a cheap room. It had a shared bathroom and wasn't the cleanest, but was way cheaper than anywhere else. Accommodation here is very pricey. We dropped our stuff in and had a walk. We stopped in a cafe for some food ...
... were travelling alone but happened to be beside each other). The length of the beds were also an issue as they seem to have taken these measurements from the average height of a south east Asian person which means lying flat is impossible for most backpackers. We eventually get going (the standard hour late) and it is clear that sleeping at all will be difficult for 2 main reasons 1) The driver is a maniac who swerves ...
... her café next time you are in Hanoi!
On November 26th I picked up my Aussie World Challenge team for a 28 day journey of challenge, participation and environment.
Our accommodation in Vietnam:
Bamboo Hotel Hanoi
Hang Bo Street, Hanoi
Mountain view Hotel
All the room have breakfast included
Transport from train station to hotel: $3 per ...