Camela Hotel & Resort
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Today I woke up and my bite had gotten worse, I knew it was the same thing that happened before and that it wasn't going to go on its own so we had breakfast and then decided to go to the hospital. I called AA travel insurance and they were really helpful they told me what hospital to go to so we got in a taxi. We got there and I had to fill in some forms and then I saw the doctor really quickly, ...
We got picked up from our hotel in Hanoi at 8 am to drive the 3 hr drive to Ha Long Bay. The driving, just like in Hanoi, was nuts. No one seems to obey any type of road laws, mostly like driving on one side of the road and main thing a single line of cars on a one lane road rather than three and half (for scooters, of course). On the way there we drove past a lot of rice patties in various states of harvesting. Not quite as scenic as the pictures that come up when you ...
... of people that lived on the water it self in the bay, but due to the government they have been paying people to move off the water and onto land. After kayaking we went swimming in the bay and the water was great. It was a good temperature and so it was refreshing. We then hung out on the top floor of the deck playing cards and reading. There was a South African family of five with us ...
... was broken to which he just laughed. He dropped us off near our hotel and asked for 250,000 dong for a 5 minute journey. Madness. At the hotel, the receptionist showed us to a very odd room which is obviously where she and the other receptionist live where we were able to shower and change. We then ran to get some food for a restaurant we liked around the corner. As we were eating, a guy on a motorbike interrupted us telling ...
... park it was much more untouched and even more beautiful. The islands were smaller and there were little floating fishing villages dotted around, complete with floating supermarkets and everything! The sun was shining too so we sunbathed on the top deck :) We stopped at a cliff for cliff jumping. If you wanted to do it you had to rock climb without any ropes up this pretty tricky rock face then had no choice but to jump off. That jump was about 6 ...