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- Pick-up and transfer by A/C modern bus Hanoi – Halong – Hanoi
- 2 bottles of water/person/2 ways
- Welcome drink
- Fully furnished deluxe en-suite cabin with A/C and hot water
- Complementary bottled water in cabin
- English speaking tour guide ...
... up. We would thankfully never know what Halong is like when a Typhoon hits.
The four hour trip wasn't the comfiest due to two very selfish French couples taking up 7 seats and we were unable to sit together. We arrived back in Hanoi mid afternoon and headed straight for our new hotel. The room was delightful, with rose petals and balloons on the bed spelling 'I Love You' and then a full sponge cake was bought up with happy honeymoon. Exhausted from the last few ...
... finds it ticklish. Now it’s my turn while the boys are getting changed. Anna and Nina are done and walk in the room. A relaxing massgae it is not with so many people in the room. Even the masseuse get on the act and 3 of them have a piece of me. The best part is the foot massage otherwise it’s a hard and tough massage. Anna and I didn’t enjoy the massage apart from the foot bit while the kids enjoyed the whole experience. After a day taking care of ...
... in the hospital around the corner she had just decided to play a waiting came and let things heal by themselves but now had been stuck on a wooden chair for a few weeks. She mentioned that she may have to go back to hospital to get it looked at. I told her: “don’t go back there as you may end up with then you have now and added that I had an extensive first aid kit and that I would look at it in the morning. My hat off to her, yes deaf but definitely not ...
... school which has been operating for over a year and whose official opening we attended in our second week here. It happened to be on St George’s Day and so my favourite moment was when the (brilliant) Vietnamese member of staff who was translating the words of the British Ambassador, got slightly stuck by his concluding Shakespearian quotation 'Cry God for England, Harry and St George!’
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